30 August 2014 09:01
Early drizzle and mist should become largely confined to parts of Ulster and north Connacht this morning, with most other areas drying out. A good deal of cloud generally, but some breaks developing too, with some sunshine at times. Top temperatures 15 to 18 C., best in eastern areas.Tonight
Generally cloudy and misty tonight, with a few patches of drizzle here and there. But most places dry and a few clear spells will develop. Lowest temperatures 8 to 11 C.
Mild and close tomorrow. Rather cloudy in the main, but some hazy sunshine too - best in midland and eastern areas. Breezy, damp weather will develop later in the morning, along the Atlantic Seaboard and will edge gradually eastwards during the afternoon, becoming widespread during the evening. Top temperatures 17 to 20 C., best values in eastern areas, in freshening southerly winds.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle, mainly through northern areas. Long dry spells too but with some mist and fog in parts. Lowest temperatures 10 to 13 degrees in a mostly light southwest breeze.
MONDAY: Overnight drizzle continuing for a time in the north and east on Monday. Otherwise holding dry with rather cloudy skies, brightening up later in the day though. Highest temperatures 15 to 18 degrees Celsius, in a light northwest breeze.
TUESDAY: Dry and rather warm with some good sunny spells across most regions in light easterly breezes. Highest temperatures 17 to 19 or 20 degrees Celsius; best values away from coastal areas.
WEDNESDAY: Similarly many areas holding dry and rather warm with sunny spells - however some well scattered showers will break out. Highest temperatures 18 to 21 degrees Celsius, widely rising to 20 degrees Celsius. Southeast breezes will be light.