Ireland today

Largely dry and fine across the east with sunny periods, lengthiest in the afternoon, and just the odd isolated shower. Sunny intervals in the west, but also scattered heavy, thundery downpours, especially in the afternoon. Gentle winds, easterly across the eastern half of Ireland and northerly across the west. Very warm and humid.

Max temp 24-27°C (75-77°F).

Ireland tonight

Heavy, thundery downpours across the west will ease and die out, leaving it largely dry and clear. There will be some patchy low cloud, mist and fog in the west though. Mainly light east to north-easterly winds. Quite a warm night again.

Min temp 12-15°C (54-59°F).

Ireland tomorrow

Dry, fine and very warm for most with sunny periods and patchy cloud. Cloudier at times across western parts of Munster and Connacht though with one or two showers, possibly heavy. Gentle winds, easterly at first but becoming more southerly later.

Max temp 24-27°C (75-77°F).

Saturday

Cloudy with showery rain for a time, some heavy, especially in Ulster. However, many parts should brighten up through the day with sunny intervals and a few showers. Moderate north-westerly winds. Cooler.

Max temp 20-23°C (68-73°F).

Sunday

Rather cool and breezy with variable cloud, sunny intervals and the chance of a few showers, these most likely across northern and western parts. Moderate to locally fresh north-westerly winds.

Max temp 17-20°C (63-68°F).

Monday

Some sunshine, but also a good deal of cloud. This may be thick enough to give the odd spot of rain. Light to moderate north-westerly winds.

Max temp 19-22°C (66-72°F).

Tuesday

Largely cloudy with some patchy light rain or drizzle, mainly for northern parts. Light to moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 19-22°C (66-72°F).