Ireland today

Much of Ireland will have a dry day with a mixture of bright intervals and large banks of cloud. The cloud may be thick enough to produce some spots of rain though near to Irish Sea coasts and near to some western coasts too. A largely dry evening with broken cloud. A moderate southerly wind.

Max temp 5-9°C (41-48°F).

Ireland tonight

A dry night across much of Ireland with a mixture of clear intervals and large areas of cloud. Turning chilly under any lengthier clear spells that develop. A gentle south-easterly wind.

Min temp 1-5°C (34-41°F).

Ireland tomorrow

A dry day for much of Ireland with occasional bright intervals but a lot of cloud as well. The best of any brighter spells are likely to be later in the afternoon. Just the small chance of the odd isolated shower. A dry evening with broken cloud. Generally moderate south to south-easterly winds.

Max temp 4-8°C (39-46°F).

Saturday

Many areas will be cloudy at times through the day, perhaps with the odd spot of rain in places. Often dry though. Chances of clearer skies spreading from the east later on. Brisk south-easterly winds.

Max temp 4-8°C (39-46°F).

Sunday

A dry and bright day is expected with plenty of wintry sunshine. South-western parts may still see a lot of cloud though. Feeling rather cold in a brisk easterly wind.

Max temp 3-7°C (37-45°F).

Monday

After a widespread sharp frost early in the day, it will be dry and mostly sunny but cold. A brisk easterly wind.

Max temp 2-6°C (36-43°F).

Tuesday

A cold day with a mixture of bright spells and large areas of cloud with the chance of some snow showers spreading from the east. Moderate easterly winds.
Max 1-5°C (34-41°F).