Ireland today

Early light rain or drizzle for southern parts will spread to central and northern areas. As this rain clears southern parts later, this will allow for some sunny spells to develop here, though otherwise it will be largely cloudy. Moderate to fresh south-easterly winds.

Max temp: 12-15°C (54-59°F)

Ireland tonight

There will be reasonable clear spells for many regions overnight, with only occasional light cloud expected. Towards dawn though, it will turn cloudy from the west ahead of light rain arriving. A mild night for the time of year with moderate south-easterly winds.

Min temp: 8-11°C (46-52°F)

Ireland tomorrow

A cloudy start for many regions with outbreaks of rain, some of which will be heavy in nature. Later this band of rain will clear to the east to leave some brightness for western regions. Brisk southerly winds to start the day, though winds will ease as the day goes on.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F)

Sunday

It will be misty or foggy in the morning. It will be cloudy later for most but with a few bright spells in the north. Patchy light rain or drizzle in the south. Moderate southerly winds.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F)

Monday

After patches of mist clear through the morning, it will be dry and fine with lengthy sunny spells for most. There will be patchy cloud in the south. Gentle to moderate southerly winds.

Max temp 13-16°C (55-61°F)

Tuesday

A misty start once more. In the afternoon, eastern parts will be dry with lengthy spells of sunshine, although western parts will be mostly cloudy. Gentle south-easterly winds.

Max temp 10-13°C (50-55°F)

Wednesday

After a fine start, cloud will push in from the Atlantic, bringing spells of rain to the west later. Brisk south-westerly winds. Moderate south to south-westerly winds.

Max temp 10-13°C (50-55°F)