Ireland today

Mist patches will clear Ulster and Leinster to start. Rain moving in from the west will affect Munster and Connacht in the morning. This band of rain will affect eastern areas through the afternoon and will have some heavier bursts at times. Blustery south-westerly winds.

Max temp 3-8°C (37-46°F).

    

Ireland tonight

    Tonight, the day’s rain will clear eastwards to give a brief spell of dry weather. By the early hours of the morning another band of rain will be pushing in to Ulster, Leinster and Munster. This will be patchy with some snow over the hills. Moderate westerly winds.

Min temp 2-5°C (36-41°F).


Ireland tomorrow

It is expected to be another generally wet day with blustery winds. There will be the occasional brighter spell in Leinster and Ulster but outbreaks of rain will push in from the west during the day, sometimes heavy, especially later on in the afternoon. Fresh westerly winds.

Max temp 4-8°C (39-46°F).

  

Thursday

A blustery day with bright or sunny spells but with a scattering of showers, some heavy with hail. Chilly. Brisk north-westerly winds.

Max temp 4-8°C (39-46°F).


Friday

A fine and bright day for most areas. Showers are possible particularly for northern and eastern coasts, but otherwise dry with plenty of sunshine. Brisk northerly winds.

Max temp 5-9°C (41-48°F).


Saturday

  Another quite chilly day. After a bright start in the south-east, cloud will thicken in Connacht and Ulster. Light rain for Connacht later. Moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 5-9°C (41-48°F).


Sunday

A rather milder day but it will be overcast with rain for much of the day. Drier and brighter in Connacht later but colder too. Fresh westerly winds.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).