Ireland today

After a dull start with low cloud and mist for many regions, it will stay predominantly cloudy later with bright or sunny spells few and far between. It will be mainly dry however, with only a few spots of patchy rain or drizzle. A moderate to fresh south-easterly breeze.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F).

Ireland tonight

Low cloud or mist will return for many in the evening and will linger through most of the night, with few clear spells expected, if any at all. Any rain will be light and patchy in nature, and mostly for southern Leinster and Munster. A moderate south-easterly breeze.

Min temp 9-12°C (48-54°F).

Ireland tomorrow

It looks set to be a largely dry day across Ireland with only patchy drizzle a possibility. There will be a fair deal of cloud or mist to begin the day, though the cloud should break up to leave some spells of sunshine in the east later. Moderate to brisk south-easterly winds.

Max temp 11-14°C (52-57°F).

Sunday

It will be dry and mostly sunny with little in the way of cloud. However, there will be more cloud around for south-western areas. Winds will be moderate from the south-east.

Max temp 9-12°C (48-54°F).

Monday

After a bright start, it will become increasingly cloudy through the morning. It will be cloudy in the afternoon with a few spots of drizzle in the south. Brisk easterly winds.

Max temp 7-10°C (45-50°F).

Tuesday

It will be mostly dry with sunny spells although it will be cold. There will be scattered showers in eastern areas, some of which could be heavy. Moderate north-easterly winds.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).

Wednesday

It will be rather cloudy with the chance of outbreaks of rain, more so in the east and south. Winds will be gentle from the north-east.

Max temp 6-9°C (43-48°F).