Ireland today

A cloudy start to the day with spells of rain, which will be heavy and persistent for a time. The rain will then clear away to the east from around mid-morning onwards to leave sunny spells, but also scattered showers through the rest of the day. There will be a moderate west or north-westerly wind.

Max temp 15-18°C (59-64°F).

 

Ireland tonight

Northern counties will remain at risk of a few isolated showers, with a few also drifting onto western coastal parts later. For the rest of Ireland, though, it will be a dry night with clear periods, but more cloud later. Moderate westerly winds. On the cool side still.

Min temp 8-11°C (46-52°F).

 

Ireland tomorrow

Any early sunny intervals in the east will soon fade as cloud thickens across all areas. Spells of rain will also spread eastwards across Ireland, with some heavy spells in the afternoon. Moderate west to south-westerly winds will make it feel rather chilly for June.

Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F).

 

Friday

Breezy and unsettled with some sunny spells, but also showers, these frequent in the north and west. The rain will often be heavy and prolonged with the risk of thunder. Fresh westerly winds.

Max temp 13-16°C (55-61°F).

 

Saturday

Staying breezy and unsettled with sunny spells, but also further showers. Cloud and more persistent rain may push up into the south later. Fresh westerly winds.

Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F).

 

Sunday

Risk of spells of rain in the south. Further north there is the chance of a few showers. A light to moderate wind.

Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F).

 

Monday

Fairly cloudy with a few showers possible, mainly in the north. A light to moderate breeze.

Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F).