22 August 2014 21:40
Cold overnight with clear spells. A few showers too, mainly on northern coasts. Lowest temperatures 4 to 8 C., with some patches of mist around dawn.
Tomorrow, Saturday, will be a bright, fresh day, with some good spells of sunshine. But there will be some build up in cloud at times and some showers will break out, these mainly over parts of Ulster and north Leinster. Top temperatures of 14 to 18 C., in light to moderate northwest breezes.
OUTLOOK: Changeable. Heavy rain during Sunday and the weather staying very mixed next week also. A little milder than of late.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Dry with long clear spells, in near calm conditions. Patches of mist, fog and grass frost will form. Cold, with lows of 3 to 7 C., - lowest in the north and northeast. Later in the night, cloud will increase near south and west counties, with patchy drizzle arriving to coastal areas towards dawn.
SUNDAY: Dry and bright over Ulster and Leinster at first, with some hazy sunshine. But cloudy wet weather will become widespread over Munster and Connacht and will be heavy in places. Rain will affect remaining provinces later in the afternoon and through the evening. It will become windy on Sunday too, with fresh to strong and gusty southeast to southerly winds developing. Feeling cool, with highest temperatures of 13 to 16 C. Further rain or showers overnight, heavy at times.
MONDAY: A fairly cloudy day, with further rain or showers, heavy at times, with the heaviest falls across southern counties. Top temperatures 15 to 19 C.
TUESDAY: Early rain in eastern areas, otherwise a bright day with occasional showers. Some sunny spells developing also. Highs in the mid to high teens, in moderate northeasterly breezes.
MIDWEEK PERIOD : Changeable, with rain or showers at times.