Residual thundery showers across the north and northeast soon dying away. Overall dry under with long clear spells, though a few showers will feed into parts of the west and northwest again later. Lowest temperatures 7 to 11 degrees Celsius, but possibly dipping a little cooler in some rural areas. Winds will be light southwesterly.
Friday will bring a mix of cloud and sunny spells, in light southwest breezes, with well scattered showers developing across the country. However overall the day will bring a lot of dry weather. Feeling a little fresher, with highest temperatures ranging 15 to 18 or 19 degrees Celsius (best values in the south and east).
3 Day Outlook
OUTLOOK: Rather warm and humid for the early days of next week, with the next band of rain likely to hold off until later Tuesday.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Many areas staying dry under broken cloud, though the odd spot of drizzle will develop later, along with mist and fog patches. Lowest temperatures 8 to 11 degrees Celsius, in light variable winds.
SUNDAY: A mix of cloud and rather warm sunny spells, in light southeast breezes. Whilst it should hold largely dry, some showery rain developing too, mainly affecting southern and western parts. Highest temperatures will range 18 to 21 degrees Celsius.
MONDAY: Many areas holding fully dry with spells of hazy sunshine. Possibly a little cloudier a times near the Atlantic coast, with isolated showers. Highest temperatures 17 to 21 or 22 degrees Celsius, warmest across Munster and Leinster, with light southwest breezes.
TUESDAY: Again most areas will hold dry with warm sunny spells, perhaps a little cloudier on occasion across Atlantic counties, with the risk of a few passing showers. Highest temperatures 18 to 23 or 24 degrees Celsius, warmest across the midlands and north Leinster. A little breezier however than preceding days with moderate to fresh southwest winds.