24 November 2017 23:15
Showers of rain, sleet or snow overnight in Ulster, Connacht and west Munster, a few possibly thundery in the northwest. Leinster will be mainly dry. Lowest temperatures of minus 1 to plus 1 degrees with frost and some icy patches. Winds will be moderate to fresh westerly.
Saturday will be cold with sunny spells and some wintry showers in the west and north and a good deal of dry weather in the east and south. Highest temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees with fresh, gusty west to northwest winds.
Saturday night will be cold and frosty with lowest tempertures falling to between -2 and +2 degrees. It will be mainly dry with good clear spells in the south and east but showers will continue along Atlantic coastal counties, mainly dry. Westerly winds will be fresh at first but ease by morning.
Sunday will start cold, frosty and bright in the east but it will become cloudy in the west with outbreaks of rain and drizzle there later in the day. Afternoon temperature will rise to between 5 and 8 degrees in a light to moderate southwesterly breeze. Sunday night will become mild and breezy as a band of rain spreads eastwards overnight clearing to showers by morning.
Monday will be a showery and blustery day with showers turning heavy in the northern half of the county. Mid day temperatures will be around 6 to 8 degrees but turning colder again in the fresh and gusty west to northwesterly wind. Showers will become confined to northwest and northern coast on Monday night with good clear spells elsewhere and temperatures falling to between zero and 5 degrees with some frost but northwest winds will remain fresh and gusty.
Tuesday will turn cold again but it will be sunny and overall mostly dry but showers will continue along western and northern coastal counties in a fresh northwest to northerly wind.