Ireland today

Isolated showers in Ulster will move north-eastwards during the early morning whilst another area of showers will edge into western areas moving north-eastwards. Eastern areas should stay largely dry with sunny spells developing. Moderate winds across northern and eastern coasts should ease later.

Max temp 9-12°C (48-54°F).

Ireland tonight

A chilly night with clear spells for most. However, there will be the chance of fog patches in western and southern areas and also isolated showers in the north-west. Light winds.

Min temp -1-2°C (30-36°F).

Ireland tomorrow

It is expected to be a largely dry with sunny spells for most and just patchy cloud. However, the odd shower cannot be ruled out in western areas. There will be light winds of variable direction.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).

Monday

A dry but cold start with sunny spells, especially across central and eastern areas. Cloud will then thicken in the west with the chance of light rain later, but largely dry elsewhere. Light southerly winds.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).

Tuesday

A rather cloudy day for most and apart from central areas where sunny spells are possible. Patchy light rain is likely in western areas of Ulster, Munster and Connacht and there will be the risk of the odd shower in the east. Light winds of variable direction.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).

Wednesday

A misty and foggy start in some places but with sunny intervals in southern areas. Then, an area of light rain will move eastwards from the Atlantic in the afternoon. Light to moderate south to south-westerly winds.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).

Thursday

Light rain will linger for a time in eastern areas while another area of rain will spread into southern areas later. Moderate south-easterly winds.

Max temp 9-12°C (48-54°F).