09 December 2013 16:07
It will continue to remain dry this evening and for most of the night, although some patchy mist and drizzle will affect western counties later. Mild overnight with lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees.
Generally dry for many places again tomorrow, but cloudier and windier than today. Patchy outbreaks of light rain or drizzle will occur through the day, especially over Munster and Connacht. Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees.
The week ahead will be very mild and largely dry.
Tuesday night will be mild and dry in most areas - the exception being a few spots of drizzle or light rain near south coasts. Southerly winds will be light.
Wednesday will again be mild but a mostly cloudy day. Most areas will remain dry, but rain arriving in the west during the afternoon will spread gradually east to all parts of the country during the evening and on Wednesday night. However amounts of rain will be small but may linger about in places during Thursday. Friday will be cloudy and mild yet again, but outbreaks of rain will occur widely and may be persistent across south and southwest counties. It will turn a little cooler for next weekend with fresh winds and showers or outbreaks of rain, but good dry spells will prevail and night frosts are unlikely to arise.
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