Ireland today

Cloudy at times through this morning with showers in places, these most frequent in the south-east. Through the afternoon, showers are likely to fade away, leaving many areas drier and somewhat warmer with spells of sunshine developing. A mostly fine evening with broken cloud. A mostly gentle northerly breeze.

Max temp 18-22°C (64-72°F).

Ireland tonight

A dry night over much of Ireland with skies becoming largely clear for a while. However, towards dawn, cloud cover looks like increasing over western parts of Ireland. A moderate north-westerly breeze.

Min temp 10-14°C (50-57°F).

Ireland tomorrow

Much of Ireland will have a mixture of sunny intervals and large areas of cloud. The best of the sunshine is likely to be towards the coasts. One or two isolated showers are likely around the middle part of the day, most likely in the east. Otherwise, it will be predominantly dry and warm. A moderate north-westerly wind.

Max temp 20-24°C (68-75°F).

Tuesday

Any early low cloud and mist will soon disperse to leave a fine day for most. There will be some lengthy spells of sunshine. Quite warm by the afternoon too. Light winds, variable in direction.

Max temp 19-23°C (66-73°F).

Wednesday

A blustery morning with outbreaks of rain, some heavy, spreading eastwards across much of Ireland. Rain easing in the afternoon albeit with a lot of cloud persisting and only the odd brighter spell. Brisk south-easterly winds, becoming westerly later.

Max temp 16-20°C (61-68°F).

Thursday

A mixture of occasional sunny intervals and scattered showers, perhaps with more prolonged cloud and rain in the north-west later on. Freshening westerly winds.

Max temp 15-19°C (59-66°F).

Friday

Cloudy at times and rather cool with showers or patchy rain across Ireland. Only occasional sunshine expected. Moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 15-19°C (59-66°F).