Ireland today

A clear, cold and frosty start. Any mist and fog patches will quickly clear. It will then be a fine morning with little cloud. The bright conditions will remain through the afternoon. However, cloud will thicken around the coasts of Connacht and Ulster. A gentle breeze.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).

Ireland tonight

 Leinster and eastern areas of Munster will have clear spells to start the evening. Cloud will tend to thicken elsewhere, but it should remain mostly dry. By dawn, most places will be cloudy with the chance of drizzle for northern areas. A light south-westerly breeze.

Min temp -1 to 2°C (30-36°F).

Ireland tomorrow

Cloudy with patchy drizzle for Connacht and Ulster to start. It is expected to be a mainly dry but cloudy afternoon, however a few spots of rain are still possible for northern areas. The best of any brighter spells will be in the south. A moderate south-westerly breeze.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).


It will be a rather cloudy day, with a band of rain spreading eastwards. Some of the rain will be heavy, especially during the afternoon. A brisk to strong south-westerly wind.

Max temp 8-11°C (46-52°F).


It looks set to be a rather unsettled day, with outbreaks of rain, most of which will be on the heavy side in western areas, especially during the afternoon. Brisk to strong north-westerly winds.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).


It looks set to be a mostly bright day, although there will be a scattering of showers, especially for western parts and during the afternoon. A moderate westerly breeze.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).



It is expected to be partly cloudy at times, but most regions should see some spells of sunshine. There will be a scattering of  showers, especially for northern and western areas. Moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).