26 November 2015 23:14
A few dry spells, but generally cloudy and misty, with patches of light rain, drizzle and fog about. A spell of heavy rain will develop in western and northwestern coastal counties towards dawn. The south to southwesterly winds will strengthen also. Lowest temperatures 8 to 11 C.
Cold and windy for Friday. Some heavy rain in all areas for a time, but colder more showery weather will spread from the Atlantic for the afternoon and evening. Some of the showers will be heavy and possibly thundery, turning to hail and sleet in places, with possibly a few snow showers on northern hills also. Strong and gusty southwest winds, will veer west to northwest with the clearance. After a mild start, temperatures will drop steadily, with mid afternoon values of just 4 to 7 C.
Friday night will be cold and breezy with lowest temperatures between 2 and 5 degrees and just a slight frost in sheltered areas. Apart from scattered showers in the west it will be dry for most of the night, but rain will arrive in the west towards dawn.
Saturday will be a cloudy and windy day with rain spreading to all areas. In the afternoon a few dry and bright spells will develop. It will remain quite cold throughout the day with highest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees in blustery westerly winds.
Sunday will be a milder day, but still windy with scattered outbreaks of rain, though some sunny spells also.
A spell of persistent rain will develop on Sunday night into Monday, followed by clearance to colder weather later on Monday with sunshine and a few showers.
The weather is likely to remain unsettled after Monday with spells of wet and windy weather interspersed with drier and brighter periods.