The Irish Meteorological Service Online
29 March 2017 05:11
Mostly overcast today, with occasional outbreaks of rain, turning heavy across much of the western half of the country, but more patchy in eastern areas. Some dry spells also. Misty, with hill and coastal fog, but mild. Maximum temperatures 12 to 16 Celsius, in moderate to fresh southerly winds.Tonight
Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with patches of rain and drizzle, persistent in places, but good dry spells in many areas also. Misty, with hill and coastal fog persisting. Minimum temperatures 7 to 11 Celsius, in light to moderate southerly breezes, fresh along southern and eastern coasts.
Tomorrow, Thursday, will again be mostly cloudy, with outbreaks of rain, becoming heavier and more widespread later. Some dry spells also, especially in the mooring. Remaining mild and humid, with hill and coastal fog. Maximum temperatures 12 to 16 Celsius, in mostly moderate southerly winds.
Staying unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, interspersed with drier interludes and occasional sunshine. Breezier than of late.
Wednesday night: Rather wet and windy with further spells of rain accompanied by blustery southerly winds. The rain will turn more showery from the northwest overnight. Mild with minimum temperatures no lower than 8 to 10 degrees.
Thursday: Mild and breezy, but a largely dry start to Thursday away from the south coast. Further outbreaks of rain developing, however, with the wettest areas expected in the west and south. Maximum temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees in fresh south or southeasterly winds.
Friday: Another relatively mild and breezy day with highs of 11 to 15 degrees. Further showers or prolonged spells of rain, again with some heavier bursts, especially about Atlantic coastal counties. Fresh south to southwest winds.
Saturday: A cooler but overall drier day is indicated for Saturday with showers becoming increasingly confined to northern and northwestern parts and some sunshine developing.
Sunday: Perhaps a dry start to Sunday too, with some sunny spells, especially in the east, early on in the day. But, with an increasing risk of showers spreading from Atlantic coasts later.
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