Ireland today

A mixed day is expected for many. Following a largely dry start, some light showers will begin to move in from the west but with more prolonged light rain for northern areas. Persistent overcast conditions for most. However, some southern fringes of Ireland will escape dry with a few brighter interludes. Gentle to moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 15-18°C (59-64°F)

Ireland tonight

Today's patchy rain should clear away for many through this evening, bringing largely dry conditions through the first part of tonight across most of Ireland. However, in the early hours of the morning a band of rain will move in from the west. Staying mild for all. A moderate south-westerly wind.

Min temp 11-13°C (52-55°F)

Ireland tomorrow

After a cloudy and damp start in places with patchy light rain and drizzle, it will gradually become brighter from the west through the morning. Sunny spells for most in the afternoon but with showers developing in the west and north. Brisk westerly winds.

Max temp 13-17°C (55-63°F)

Monday

A damp day for Connacht and Ulster with showers or longer spells of rain at times. Showers will also drift south into Leinster and Munster through the afternoon, these continuing into the evening. Moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F)

Tuesday

There will be a few showers in Munster during the morning. There will be light showers in Leinster and Ulster at some point in the afternoon. The evening will be dry. Mainly gentle winds.

Max temp 11-15°C (52-59°F)

Wednesday

After a dry start to the day, there will be light scattered showers for coastal parts of Ulster. A large band of drizzle and rain will sweep across Ireland from the south-west later. Moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F)

Thursday

It will be a damp start in Leinster and Munster with plenty of drizzle. Rain will continue across many parts through the afternoon, though perhaps turning a little drier later in the day. Gentle to moderate westerly winds.

Max temp 12-16°C (54-61°F)