Overcast skies for much of Ireland today, though the far north of Ulster may see a few sunny spells. Building clouds will also lead to a few spells of light rain and drizzle, lingering in southern Leinster and Munster in to the evening. Breezy north-westerly winds.
Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F)
Tonight, once showers have cleared from southern Leinster and Munster in the early evening, further spots of drizzle will progress from the west across Munster and Ulster mainly. Elsewhere, a few mist patches but mainly staying dry and cloudy. Light north-westerly winds.
Min temp 8-11°C (46-52°F)
Tomorrow, some early spots of drizzle will linger in the morning in Ulster and Munster, with some becoming more showery in nature, gradually clearing eastward. Elsewhere, it will be dry and cloudy initially, but brighter spells are expected later. Light north-westerly winds.
Max temp 16-18°C (61-64°F)
A largely overcast, but dry start to the day for most parts of Ireland. By the afternoon, a weather system will move in off the Atlantic bringing more cloud and rain with it.
Max temp 15-19°C (59-66°F)
An unsettled day on Sunday as a weather system moves into the country, bringing thick cloud cover and rain for most locations. In Ulster, this rain could become heavy at times.
Max temp 13-17°C (55-63°F)
Another wet day on Monday, with outbreaks of rain or squally showers moving in off the Atlantic, and affecting much of the country. One or two of the showers could be heavy and thundery.
Max temp 13-15°C (55-59°F)
More rain expected on Tuesday, with widespread unsettled conditions. This rain may become rather heavy at times, particularly in Leinster and Connacht during the afternoon.
Max temp 10-15°C (50-59°F)