29 May 2016 15:42
Scattered heavy showers inland this evening, a few thundery, but many places continuing dry with further hazy sunshine. Showers dying out by nightfall and skies clearing, then mist or fog patches developing overnight. Winds will remain mostly light and variable. Lowest temperatures 7 to 9 degrees Celsius.
Mist or fog will clear soon after dawn on Monday and the day will continue dry with spells of hazy sunshine, apart from a few showers in southern counties during the afternoon. Mostly light and variable breezes persisting. Highest temperatures 15 to 20 degrees Celsius, warmest inland.
Outlook is for relatively warm conditions through the week ,with mainly light north or easterly winds and the highest temperatures will be in midland and western areas. There will be a lot of dry weather, but not completely settled, as some showers or rain are likely at times.
Monday night: Dry on Monday night with clear periods and mist and fog developing. Lows of 8 to 10 degrees in light northerly breezes.
Tuesday: Dry with good sunny periods during Tuesday morning especially in midland and western areas. Cloud will thicken in northern and eastern areas with outbreaks of rain developing in some eastern and northern counties later in the day and overnight and northerly winds will freshen. Highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees in Ulster, but 18 to 20 degrees Celsius elsewhere. Overnight lows of 9 to 13 degrees Celsius.
Wednesday: Mild on Wednesday, but with a good deal of cloud. The best of the sunshine will be in Atlantic coastal counties. Some rain is possible in eastern and southeastern areas with possibly some showers in parts of the southwest and west. But largely dry elsewhere. Top temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees Celsius, best in sunshine in more western areas.
Thursday & Friday: Mild days, some scattered showers are likely each day, but it will be dry in most places, afternoon temperatures in the high teens or low 20s.
Weekend: Indications suggest it will continue mild, with mainly easterly winds but there is a threat of some rain, with southern and western areas most at risk.