Ireland today

 After a cold start with local frost, it will be a bright day with sunny spells but also a risk of showers developing from the west, some potentially turning wintry on hills. Moderate west to north-westerly winds.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).

Ireland tonight

 A cold night with clear spells but a few showers are still possible, especially in more western fringes of the country. Gentle winds.

Min temp -1 to 2°C (30-36°F).

Ireland tomorrow

 Some mist and fog patches to start but then a bright day for many with sunny spells breaking through. Plenty of cloud around too with the chance of a few isolated showers breaking out, perhaps wintry over hills.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).

Friday

 Outbreaks of rain will develop from the south-west and push north-eastwards through the day. A risk of sleet or even hill snow on the leading edge. Gentle, variable winds.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).

Saturday

 Cloudy with showers or spells of rain, potentially wintry at first. Light to moderate winds.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).

Sunday

 An unsettled day with the risk of showers almost anywhere, although eastern parts will be most prone. Gentle north-westerly winds.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).

Monday

Largely dry with bright or sunny spells. Cloud may increase from the west later in the day. Gentle to moderate north-westerly winds.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).