Friday 21 October 2016

today's weather

Tonight's Weather
Apart from occasional patches of mist and drizzle, tonight will be dry and generally cloudy. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees in light breezes. Fog will form in some parts towards dawn.


today's weather Tomorrow
Generally dry tomorrow but some showers will develop along eastern and southern coastal areas through the day. Highest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees with freshening easterly breezes.

3 Day Outlook
Outlook: A lot of dry weather is expected, with rainfall amounts well below normal. Rather cool early on, but turning milder from Wednesday onwards.

Saturday Night: Breezy overnight with a mixture of clear spells and cloudy periods. A few showers about, but most places dry. Lowest temperatures 4 to 8 C., in a moderate to fresh southeast to easterly breeze.

Sunday will be a cool and windy day, with fresh and gusty easterly winds, which will be quite blustery in southern and Irish Sea coastal areas. Many places will stay dry, with some sunny spells at times, but some showers are likely to affect eastern parts of Ulster and Leinster. Highs of 11 to 13 C., are expected.\nLater in the day, or overnight, some rain may well clip the South Munster and South Leinster coasts, where the winds will pick up further, but it will remain dry elsewhere, except for a few showers.

There is still the risk of some rain along parts of the southeast coast early on Monday but, apart from the odd shower, it looks like the rest of the county will stay dry with a mix of cloudy periods and sunny spells. The winds will ease and highest temperatures will be around 11 to 13 C. It will turn cold on Monday night with some fog and frost forming in places.

Much of Tuesday should be dry with light winds. But some rain is due in from the Atlantic later in the day or overnight, in a moderate to fresh southwesterly breeze, with just scattered showers to follow on Wednesday. Most of the rain will affect parts of Connacht and Ulster, with most other areas seeing very little. Temperatures looks set to recover into the mid teens during Wednesday, with mild and often dry weather expected for the second half of the week.