Ireland today

It is going to be a largely fine and dry winter’s day across most regions, with lengthy spells of sunshine. However, it is expected to be cloudier in Munster, with limited brighter spells and perhaps some drizzle along the west coast. A moderate south-easterly breeze.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).

Ireland tonight

Any cloud lingering in Munster will clear through the evening, to give a widespread clear night with little in the way of cloud, if any at all. Temperatures will widely fall below freezing, but it will be milder in western Munster. A moderate south-easterly breeze.

Min temp -2 to 1°C (28-34°F).

Ireland tomorrow

Following a clear, cold and possibly frosty start in places, it is going to become increasingly cloudy from the east. It will however, remain largely dry with only the odd shower expected to affect the north-east coast. A chilly day with a moderate easterly breeze.

Max temp 4-7°C (39-45°F).

Tuesday

After a cold and frosty start, there will be a scattering of snow showers, predominantly for eastern parts. Some of these showers will be heavy. Moderate winds.

Max temp 3-6°C (37-43°F).

Wednesday

It is going to be a very cold day with snow showers, but there will be some sunny spells too. The showers will be heavier and more frequent in the east. A brisk south-easterly wind.

Max temp 0-3°C (32-37°F).

Thursday

A very cold day once again and largely cloudy, with snow showers affecting most parts. The showers are expected to be most prominent in the east. Brisk to strong easterly winds.

Max temp 0-3°C (32-37°F).

Friday

It is likely to remain cold and be a largely cloudy day. There is the possibility of a band of snow moving into the south half of the country. Brisk to strong easterly winds.

Max temp 2-5°C (36-41°F).