Today in Limerick it will be cold and freezing. It will be dry weather with sunny spells. There will be a little more cloudiness compared to Saturday. High temperatures of 8 to 10 degrees with a light to moderate breeze from the southeast.
OVERVIEW: Becoming more unstable and milder next week with a receding high. Windy conditions will develop with some rain expected. Uncertainty with midweek details.
TONIGHT: Fairly dry and clear at first with frost forming. A few low clouds will spread over southern and western parts overnight, bringing light drizzle. Moderate to fresh southeasterly winds will develop overnight, becoming strong over western coasts in the morning. Lowest temperatures from 0 to -3 degrees, a little milder near the south coast.
MONDAY: Windy and mostly cloudy, but dry in many parts with just a little drizzle in the south. There will be sunny spells, mainly over the northern half of the country. Maximum temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees with cool southeast winds, strong winds in the western coastal areas.
MONDAY EVENING: Mixed clouds and some sunny spells with scattered drizzle. Moderate to cool southeasterly wind. Lowest temperatures 0-4 degrees with a touch of frost.
TUESDAY: Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with some rain or drizzle, more likely to affect eastern and southern areas with decent dry spells expected elsewhere. Maximum temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees. Fairly windy with moderate to cool southeast winds.
Some uncertainty in the forecast from the middle of the week, but there will probably still be a breeze on Wednesday with rain. Slightly milder temperatures with highs of 9 to 11 degrees, and cool to strong winds from the south.
Current signs indicate that it will turn windy on Thursday with strengthening southerly winds. It appears to be cloudy with bouts of rain or drizzle in places. Mild with highs of 10 to 13 degrees. A wave of rain will likely come in from the Atlantic overnight and could be heavy in some areas, especially the southwest.