18 September 2014 14:04
This afternoon and evening will be dry in most areas with bright or sunny spells. However, mist will linger in a few places. Isolated heavy showers will also break out, mainly in south Leinster and Munster. A few of these may be thundery. Highest temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees.Tonight
Tonight will be dry in many areas with patches of mist and fog developing. There'll be some heavy showers also, mainly over the southern half of the country. Some of these may be thundery. Continuing mild with lowest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees.
Mist and fog will clear slowly tomorrow morning and sunny spells will develop. There'll be scattered heavy showers through the day. Some of these may be thundery, especially over the southern half of the country. Highest temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees with mostly light north to northeast breezes.
Outlook: Staying unsettled with warm and mild weather until Saturday but then high pressure is building with cooler and fresher conditions from Sunday onwards.
Scattered showers will continue on Friday night. It will stay mild and humid with lowest temperatures again between 11 and 14 degrees.
On Saturday showers will die out as high pressure is building from the northwest. Winds will turn moderate northerly and top temperatures will be around 16 to 20 degrees. Saturday night will be fresher and cooler with lowest temperatures falling to between 6 and 10 degrees.
Sunday will be dry with sunny spells and winds will fall light. It will be fresher and cooler as temperatures return to more normal values for the time of year.
Monday will be mostly dry apart from some light rain or drizzle in the west and northwest.