Ireland today

A cloudy morning with outbreaks of rain and drizzle in places but chilly with the chance of some light snow mixed-in over hills. This afternoon, outbreaks of rain and drizzle will tend to die away and it may brighten-up in places. A largely dry and chilly evening. Gentle winds, variable in direction. Mildest in the south.

Max temp 8-12°C (46-54°F).

 

Ireland tonight

Drier for many for a time this evening but further outbreaks of rain will spread from the south-west overnight. Gentle south-easterly winds, freshening later on.

Min temp 0 to 4°C (32 to 39°F).

 

Ireland tomorrow

A dull and wet morning with widespread rain, perhaps preceded by a spell of snow over Ulster. Through the afternoon, it will remain cloudy albeit with outbreaks of rain gradually easing. Cloudy and misty into the evening. A brisk south to south-westerly wind.

Max temp 9-13°C (48-55°F).

 

Monday

A drier day for much of Ireland with some bright intervals but a lot of cloud at times. Turning breezier over western and north-western areas later with some spots of rain. Moderate south-westerly winds, freshening later on.

Max temp 7-11°C (45-52°F).

 

Tuesday

A blustery day for many with showers or longer outbreaks of rain. A lot of cloud for many with only occasional brighter interludes. A brisk west to south-westerly wind.

Max temp 8-12°C (48-54°F).

 

Wednesday

A blustery day with any early rain clearing eastwards to leave many areas with a mixture of bright intervals and squally showers. A few heavy showers in the west. Fresh to strong south-westerly winds.

Max temp 7-11°C (45-52°F).

 

Thursday

Some bright or sunny intervals but with showers in places, these mainly over western parts. A brisk west to south-westerly wind. A moderate to fresh westerly wind.

Max temp 6-10°C (43-50°F).