Ireland today

Any early mist patches soon lifting to leave a dry day with sunny spells, high cloud making the sun a little weak or hazy at times. Warm and pleasant in the sunshine with mostly light winds, although a little cool close to windward southern and eastern coasts.

Max temp 10-16°C (50-61°F).

Ireland tonight

Well broken cloud or clear skies at first, but patchy cloud moving in from the Irish Sea, and bringing a few showers mainly to parts of Leinster and Ulster. Not as cold as last night.

Min temp 3-7°C (37-45°F).

Ireland tomorrow

Early showers mainly for parts of Ulster will move away to the north-west, with sunshine developing here. Sunny spells for the rest of Ireland, some of the best of the sun around the coasts. Winds will remain light, with sea breezes affecting coastal regions. Pleasant and quite warm in the sunshine, cooler around coasts.

Max temp 11-16°C (52-61°F).

Tuesday

Any early mist soon lifting to leave a dry and sunny day with light winds, unbroken sunshine in parts too. Warm and very pleasant with light winds.

Max temp 13-18°C (55-64°F).

Wednesday

Another dry and sunny day, much of that sunshine unbroken for many parts. Breezier, especially across southern counties, but a reasonably warm day in the sunshine.

Max temp 13-19°C (55-66°F).

Thursday

Not a great deal of change – any early mist soon lifting to leave another dry and fairly sunny day, and lighter winds than on Wednesday. Warm in the sunshine. Possibly clouding over in Munster with the odd shower later.

Max temp 12-18°C (54-64°F).

Friday

High pressure will have moved away with low pressure moving in, and bringing a much cloudier day with outbreaks of rain. Feeling cooler as a result.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F).