D+1
Today is looking to be a slightly unsettled day. It will be mainly dry with bright or sunny spells at first, but cloud will gradually increase from the west during the afternoon as rain and drizzle develops in western areas. Light to moderate west to southwest winds
Max Temp
8-10C (46-50F)

D+1 night
Weather tonight is looking to become a bit more unstable as rainfall will become more persistent especially in the west and northwest. The area of rain and showers is expected to track southeastwards across the country overnight. Moderate to fresh westerly winds

Min temp


4-7C (39-45F)

D+2
Tomorrow is looking to be a rather cool and breezy day with intervals of sunshine and occasional showers as well. These showers are likely to be the most frequent over in the north with some long dry spells in the south. Winds will be moderate to fresh from the west

Max temp


6-9C (43-48F)
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D+3
An unsettled day across Ireland, with some heavy bursts of rain pushing in from the west. The rain will tend to ease later but will stay cloudy. Moderate westerly winds

Max temp


8-11C (46-52F)

D+4
Overnight rain eases and clears north-east, replaced by cloudy skies and some light intermittent showers. Chance of some sunny spells in the south later. Moderate westerly winds

Max temp


9-12C (48-54F)

D+5
High pressure begins to dominate in the region, making for a rather settled day on Friday. There will be some light intermittent showers in the west. Gentle south-westerly winds
Max Temp
9-12C (48-54F)

D+6
Saturday will continue the settled theme, as winds drop and sunny spells become widespread. There will be lengthy dry spells across the country. Winds will be a gentle southerly

Max temp


8-11C (46-52F)

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