22 October 2016 20:22
Cool and mostly dry tonight with a mix of cloud and clear periods and the risk of the odd shower on parts of the east coast. Light to moderate, southeast to east winds will freshen in southern counties overnight. Lowest temperatures 4 to 8 degrees Celsius.
Mainly dry and bright on Sunday, although some showers are likely to affect parts of the south and east, especially higher ground there. Rather breezy in the south and feeling cooler overall. Highest temperatures 11 to 13 degrees Celsius. Winds moderate to fresh, easterly increasing strong for a time along the south coast.
Outlook: A lot of dry weather is expected. Rather cool early on, but turning milder from Wednesday onwards.
Sunday night: Patchy rain possibly on the south coast, but the rest of the country will be generally dry. The easterly winds will moderate through the night. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees.
Monday: There is still the risk of some rain along the south coast on Monday, but it looks like the rest of the county will stay dry with some sunshine. The winds will ease further and highest temperatures will be 10 to 13 degrees. It may turn cold on Monday night with some frost possible.
Tuesday is looking mainly dry, but increasingly cloudy, though it will turn a bit milder in southwest breezes. Patchy rain or drizzle in the west and northwest on Tuesday night, otherwise dry with frost looking unlikely.
Often cloudy for the rest of the week, with patchy rain or drizzle affecting Atlantic coastal counties. Elsewhere, it will be mainly dry. Southwest breezes will bring mild air over Ireland and temperatures will reach the mid teens in most areas, despite limited sunshine. Nights will be frost-free as well.