Very blustery today with showers or longer spells of rain giving a few heavy and possibly thundery bursts. Some bright or short sunny spells also. Highest temperatures 15 to 18 degrees with fresh and gusty Southwest winds veering Westerly, stronger along Western and Southern coasts.
Further showers tonight especially in Eastern parts with strong and gusty Northwest winds. Lowest temperatures 11 or 12 degrees.
Still a few showers around in the East and Northeast at first tomorrow but these will die out through the morning. Otherwise a dry day with bright or sunny spells and the brisk Northwest winds gradually easing. Highest temperatures 16 to 20 degrees Celsius, North to South.
3 Day Outlook
The weather is set to remain changeable for the rest of the week and the weekend.
Mainly dry on Wednesday night with clear spells and turning pretty cool for early July as temperatures dip to between 6 and 8 degrees. With very \nlittle breeze or calm conditions some mist patches forming for a short time around dawn.
For Thursday: A fresh dry start with sunny spells. It will gradually turn cloudy and drizzly during the day as a warm front moves in from the Atlantic. The damp weather reaching Ulster in the evening, but many Southern and Southeastern parts of the country staying dry. Becoming warm and humid with highest temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees in a light Southerly breeze, freshening along the West coast.
Friday will be warm and humid with temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees in fresh southerly winds. Many areas will be dry for a time with some hazy sunny spells but patchy drizzle and fog will occur, and during the afternoon and evening a cold front will cross Ireland bringing a spell of rain.
This will introduce fresher weather for the weekend.\nSaturday will then be a rather breezy day with a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers.\nSunday looks set to be a cloudier day with the likelihood of some rain.\nBest temperatures over the weekend typically the mid to high teens in the West and North and up to 19 or 20 degrees in the Southeast.