Ireland today

A mainly dry day for most areas of the country, but it will be rather cloudy. However, there is just the small chance for an isolated spot of drizzle in the south. There will be a fresh south-easterly breeze, but stronger winds are possible across western coasts.

Max temp 4-8°C (39-46°F).

Ireland tonight

It is expected to be a largely dry night, but it will remain rather cloudy for the most part. The best of any clearer spells across Ulster and parts of Leinster. It will be windy across western coasts, with a moderate to fresh south-easterly breeze elsewhere. Chilly.

Min temp 0-5°C (32-41°F).

 

Ireland tomorrow

A largely dry day for most parts of the country, but it will be rather cloudy. However, a few brighter intervals are possible later on during the day with a few clear spells during the evening, especially across Leinster and Ulster. There will be moderate easterly winds.

Max temp 3-7°C (37-45°F).

Sunday

Largely dry for much of the country with lengthy sunny spells. However, more in the way of cloud across parts of Munster at times. There will be a moderate south-easterly wind.

Max temp 4-7°C (39-45°F).

Monday

Mainly dry with sunny spells to start. However, becoming increasingly cloudy during the afternoon, especially in the east. It will be a very cold day with moderate easterly winds.

Max temp 1-5°C (34-41°F).

Tuesday

A dry start with a few sunny spells. However, wintry showers will push into the east later on, possibly falling as snow at times. A cold day with moderate north-easterly winds.

Max temp 2-5°C (36-41°F).

Wednesday

  A dry start in the west, but snow showers in the east. Snow showers moving west across the country during the day. It will be very cold again with a moderate north-easterly wind.

Max temp 0-5°C (32-41°F).