Ireland today

Early patches of mist and fog will be slow to clear during the morning. There will also be outbreaks of drizzle which will turn increasingly light and patchy. It will continue cloudy during the day with a few spots drizzle at times. Light to gentle south-westerly winds

Max temp 14-17C (57-63F).


Ireland tonight

A mostly dry evening with cloudy skies, the odd spot of drizzle and patches of mist will form. Overnight will continue cloudy and misty although most areas should remain dry. Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will spread westwards by dawn. Light to gentle southerly winds

Min temp 11-14C (52-57F).


Ireland tomorrow

Any early patches of mist will soon lift and clear. It will then be dull with cloudy skies and outbreaks of rain and drizzle which will spread eastwards but will be mostly light and patchy. Drier during the evening but with a few showers. Gentle to brisk southerly winds

Max temp 15-18C (59-64F).


Tuesday

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An unsettled day with cloudy skies and heavy rain which will clear to reveal a few scattered showers during the evening, heavy at times. Gentle to brisk south-westerly winds

Max temp 15-18C (59-64F).


Wednesday

Early heavy and thundery showers will ease. Then mostly cloudy during the day with a chance of showers. Rain during the evening. Mostly gentle to brisk south-westerly winds

Max temp 10-13C (50-55F).


Thursday

A cloudy start with outbreaks of drizzle, mostly across southern areas. It will then be mostly dry but cloudy with bright spells developing. Gentle to moderate north-westerly winds

Max temp 9-13C (48-55F).


Friday

Early mist will soon clear. It will then be dry and bright with spells of sunshine however thick cloud will build in from the west later. Mostly light to gentle southerly winds

Max temp 9-13C (48-55F).


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