28 November 2014 16:09
Dry this evening, with clear intervals and mostly moderate easterly breezes.Tonight
Tonight will remain mostly dry, with clear spells. Misty in many areas, with a few spots of drizzle possible. As winds slacken, fog patches will develop, with the risk of some dense pockets. Minimum temperatures 2 to 7 Celsius.
Tomorrow, Saturday, will be dry in most parts, with sunny spells developing. Fog will clear gradually in most areas during the morning, but may linger on in some sheltered spots. Cloud will increase from the Atlantic, bringing a little patchy rain and drizzle to west and northwest coasts later. Maximum temperatures 9 to 12 Celsius, with slack winds.
Saturday night: Dense patches of fog will again develop overnight. Otherwise the night will be generally dry and mainly frost free. Lowest temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees.
Sunday: Fog will continue to linger through much of the morning, and it may not clear from some areas at all. Otherwise the day will be dry with light winds and bright conditions. Where the fog persists the day will be cold with temperatures remaining around 4 to 6 degrees. But where the skies are clear, it'll be a mild day with temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees. Further dense fog on Sunday night as well.
Monday: Fog patches will again linger through Monday morning in the east and middle part of the country. But rain spreading from the west through the day will bring a clearance by evening. No fog on Monday night, but clear skies will lead to widespread frost and temperatures around freezing.
Tuesday: A bright fresh day with scattered showers across Connacht and west Ulster but mainly dry elsewhere. Highest temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees in moderate westerly winds.
Rest of week: High pressure will lead to mostly dry weather, but fog will continue to be a problem.