07 March 2014 16:21
Dry and cold this evening and early tonight with lowest temperatures of 2 to 4 degrees. Later tonight, increasing cloud and freshening southerly winds will bring outbreaks of rain and drizzle across the country, persistent at times in the west and north.
Tomorrow will be a windy day with strong and gusty southerly winds. Many places will stay dry with occasional spells of sunshine through the day, but western and southern coastal areas will be cloudy and misty at times. Fairly mild with highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees.
Headline : Rain at times over the weekend, but becoming mainly dry and settled from Monday onwards.
Saturday night : Mostly cloudy, with outbreaks of rain spreading from the west and northwest. Clearer weather, with a few scattered showers, will develop in the northwest and west later and it will turn colder there with min. temperatures of 5 or 6 C. Milder elsewhere. Moderate to fresh south to southwest winds will gradually fall light in most places by morning.
Sunday : Brightening up in the west and north, with sunny spells and a few scattered showers, but cloudier in the south and east, with patches of rain and drizzle at times. Max. 6 to 10 Celsius, in a light southwesterly breeze. Turning cold overnight, with frost and fog, but dry.
Monday to Thursday (inclusive) : Dry and settled, with some sunshine by day and clear spells at night. Monday will be cold, with daytime temperatures of 6 to 9 Celsius, but values will improve in the following days. Nights, however, will remain cold with frost and fog patches. Winds will be mostly light, variable in direction, mainly between east and south.