Largely dry overnight except for patchy mist and drizzle. Patches of fog will become dense and widespread, especially across the Midlands. Staying mild overnight with lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees in almost calm conditions.
Little change tomorrow; generally dry and cloudy for the day with some patchy light rain or drizzle at times, mostly on hills and near Atlantic coasts. Mild with highs of 9 or 10 degrees in light southerly breezes.
3 Day Outlook
There will be a lot of dry weather through the rest of the week, as pressure will be high over Ireland, but it will turn colder from mid-week with night frosts.
Tuesday night: Many places will be dry on Tuesday night, but there will be a some patchy drizzle, mostly on hills and coasts and there will be some fog also, as winds fall light southerly or variable. Lowest overnight temperatures of 3 to 6 degrees Celsius with frost unlikely.
Wednesday: Rather cloudy at first on Wednesday with some patchy drizzle or light rain, mostly in parts of the south and west, but this dying away. Brighter conditions will spread westwards during the day and it will turn cooler with typical afternoon temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees Celsius. \nCold and mostly dry overnight with temperatures falling to between +2 and -2 degrees Celsius and a sharp frost developing, especially in midland and eastern areas, some fog also.
Thursday to Saturday inclusive: Mainly dry but rather chilly conditions from Thursday through to Saturday, with sunny spells by day and frost and patchy fog at night. Afternoon temperatures typically 5 to 8 degrees Celsius and sub zero night-time values where skies stay clear.
Sunday and Monday: Indications suggest cloudier conditions may move in off the Atlantic, bringing some patchy rain to western areas during Sunday and more significant rain to many areas for a time Sunday night or early Monday but introducing milder air.