National Forecast

  • Ireland today

    It is expected to be a mainly dry day for much of the country, but it will be rather dull and cloudy for the most part. However becoming clearer by the evening, especially across parts of Ulster and Leinster. There will be a moderate south-easterly wind. Chilly.

    Max temp 5-8°C (41-46F)

    Ireland tonight

    It looks set to be a mainly dry night for most of the country with clear spells. However there will be more in the way of cloud across Munster, but a few clear spells are possible in parts of the region by dawn. It will be a cold night with a moderate easterly wind.

    Min temp -2 to 1°C (28-34F)

    Ireland tomorrow

    It is expected to be a largely dry day for most areas with lengthy spells of sunshine. However rather cloudy across Munster, especially during the morning, but it will become brighter with sunny spells later on during the day. There will be a moderate easterly wind.

    Max temp 5-8°C (41-46F)

    Monday

    A mostly dry day with a few bright intervals to start, but becoming increasingly cloudy. However, the risk for an isolated wintry shower in the east. Moderate easterly winds. Cold. temp 4-7°C (39-45°F).

  • Tuesday

    A mostly dry start, but snow showers pushing into the east later will move west across the country during the day. A cold day again with a moderate to fresh north-easterly wind.

    Max temp 2-5°C (36-41°F).
  • Wednesday

    Snow showers most frequent in eastern areas to start, but gradually moving west during the day. There will be a fresh north-easterly wind, with strong gusts possible at times.

    Max temp 1-4°C (34-39F)

    Thursday

    Dry at times and rather cloudy, but with a few scattered snow showers during the day too. There will be a fresh north-easterly wind, with strong gusts possible at times. Very cold.

    Max temp 0-5°C (32-41°F).

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