Ireland today

    Light showers are likely to affect Ulster and the western coasts of Munster and Connacht, mostly rain, but some wintry showers are possible early on. Elsewhere, it will be mostly dry with some sunny spells, particularly in the south. Moderate northerly winds.

Max temp 3-7°C (37-45°F).


Ireland tonight

   There will be a risk of showers, although becoming very isolated, with any showers occurring near to the northern and western coasts. The majority of the country, though, with have some clear periods for a time, especially in eastern regions. Moderate northerly winds.

Min temp -1 to 2°C (30-36°F).


Ireland tomorrow

  A cold start to the day with some early bright spells in the east. However, cloud and rain will soon move in from the west to all regions through the afternoon, but clearing from the west through the evening. A gentle to moderate south-westerly wind.

Max temp 4-10°C (39-50°F).


Wednesday

An unsettled day with outbreaks of heavy rain pushing in from the west, followed by bright spells and a scattering of blustery showers. Strong westerly winds.

Max temp 4-10°C (39-50°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

  A milder day but 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).