Ireland today

After a cold, but largely bright start in the west, it will become increasingly cloudy as the day goes on. Showers or longer spells of snow will affect most regions, especially in the south-east, though drier in the north-west. Feeling cold with a brisk easterly wind.

Max temp 1-4°C (34-39°F).

Ireland tonight

Snow is going to largely clear southern parts through the evening, though scattered wintry showers are expected for eastern regions. Otherwise, it will be dry with some clear spells, especially for western regions. Remaining cold with a moderate easterly wind.

Min temp -2 to 1°C (28 to 34°F).

Ireland tomorrow

It is going to be a predominantly cloudy day, with the best of brightness expected during the morning in the west. There will be scattered showers through the day, most of which rain, but perhaps with some hail too. Milder with a moderate north-easterly breeze.

Max temp 4-7°C (39-45°F).


Following a cold start with some mist patches in places, it will be predominantly bright, with reasonable spells of sunshine through much of the day. A gentle breeze too.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).


It is expected to be a rather unsettled day, as it will be predominantly cloudy with outbreaks of rain, some of which will be on the heavy side. A moderate south-westerly breeze.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).


Cloudy once more, with a band of rain expected to move in from the west, some of which will be heavy, especially during the morning. Moderate to brisk south-westerly winds.

Max temp 9-12°C (48-54°F).


It looks set to be largely cloudy, with only brief brighter spells, if any. There will outbreaks of rain, most of which heavy and prolonged. Variable brisk to strong winds.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).