Ireland today

It is expected to be a rather grey and cloudy day for most of the country. Generally dry, although though there will be the chance of the odd spot of drizzle at times. There will be a dry evening with clear spells. There will be moderate south-easterly winds.

Max temp 10-13°C (50-55°F).

Ireland tonight

It is going to be a dry night across Ireland, and skies will remain generally clear. During the early hours of the morning mist will start to develop across Ulster, and cloud will start to build into southern Munster. Moderate south-easterly winds.

Min temp 4-7°C (39-45°F).

Ireland tomorrow

After any early local mist patches have cleared, it is going to be a dry and fine day for all. There will be some light cloud across Munster at first though this will clear quickly. There will be plenty of sunny spells for all. Light to moderate east to easterly winds.

Max temp 10-13°C (50-55°F).

Monday

There will be good periods of sunshine for many areas in the morning. It will then become increasingly cloudy from the east through the afternoon, with one or two spots of light rain or drizzle for eastern areas. A mostly dry evening. Moderate to brisk easterly winds.

Max temp 8-11°C (46-52°F).

Tuesday

It will be mostly cloudy, although there will be a few sunny intervals at times. There will also be a few showers or spots of rain for southern and eastern areas, mostly after noon. Moderate north-easterly winds.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).

Wednesday

It will be cloudy with showers or rain for central and eastern areas. There could be some sleet mixed-in too, although confidence is low at present. A few sunny spells are possible in the west. Brisk north-easterly winds.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).

Thursday

It will be a largely cloudy day with frequent showers or more general rain, particularly for southern and eastern areas. Remaining wet in the evening. Brisk north-easterly winds.

Max temp 5-8°C (41-46°F).