Ireland weather forecast: Met Éireann says temperatures will drop back to mid-teens today with scattered showers in places


Temperatures are expected to drop back into the mid-teens today, with scattered showers forecast in some places.

and Éireann said the weather will be largely cloudy this morning in the south and southeast. Clouds in these areas will persist for much of the day, with occasional scattered rain. Bright or sunny periods are expected elsewhere as well as isolated showers. Maximum temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees are expected.

It will be dry for most areas with clear spells tonight. A few showers will occur mostly along the northern and western coastal counties with low temperatures of 6-10 degrees.

Met Éireann said it will be largely cloudy tomorrow morning with limited sunny spells and well scattered showers. It will become drier and sunnier towards the evening, with high temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees – the coolest in the north.

Sunday night will be dry with long clear passages in the night. Localized mist and fog will develop at the lowest temperatures of 6-9 degrees.

“Changeable weather next week but there will be plenty of dry weather at times, particularly in the south and east. Turning milder with temperatures well into the teens or twenties,” Met Éireann said.

Monday will be a largely dry day with good sunshine to begin with. It will become cloudier from the northwest later with scattered drizzle developing on the coasts. Highest temperatures of 17 to 22 degrees are expected, hottest over Munster and Leinster.

Clouds will continue to build from the northwest on Monday evening with rain moving southeast over much of the northern half of the country. It will be a mild night with temperatures generally not dropping into the single digits.

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Met Éireann said on Tuesday there would be sunny spells to start the southeast. It will be cloudier elsewhere, with rain continuing to move across the country, but breaking as it does with a few sunny spells and well-scattered showers. High temperatures of 16 to 21 degrees are expected.

There will be lots of cloud at first on Wednesday with occasional sunny spells. Met Éireann said it will be a dry day for most parts but well scattered showers will occur. More widespread sunny spells will develop towards the evening, with high temperatures of 15 to 20 degrees.

“Current indications suggest it will be mostly dry in the south and east on Thursday with light rain and drizzle in the north and west. A band of rain is expected to cross the country on Friday. Sunny spells and showers are then expected for the next weekend,” said Met Éireann.


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