Met Éireann - - The Irish Meteorological Service Online - The Irish Meteorological Service Online     
The Irish Meteorological Service Online  

Saturday, 27 May 2017
13 Celsius
NW Light 
Print this webpage
  Home - Forecasts - National Forecast
map name
Weather Wind Temp
Today Tomorrow Monday
regional weather Latest Regional Forecasts
Weather Warnings: Europe


National Forecast

27 May 2017 04:45


This morning will be cloudy with widespread rain and the risk of thundery downpours, especially across the north and east. However, drier brighter weather will follow later this morning into the southwest and then extending northeast to most areas during the afternoon and evening with rain clearing from the north later this evening. It will be a fresher and cooler day with top temperatures between 15 and 20 degrees and light winds become moderate westerly later.


Tonight will become mostly dry with clear spells after any remaining rain clears from the north early tonight. It will turn cooler with temperatures falling to between 7 and 10 degrees in a light north to northwesterly breeze.


Sunday will be a mostly dry with some hazy sunshine at first but becoming duller cloudier and outbreaks of rain pushing into the south and southeast later in the day. Top temperatures of 15 to 19 degrees in light northerly breezes.


Saturday night: Thundery rain will clear from Ulster to give a generally dry night with clear spells. Cooler than recently with temperatures falling to between 7 and 10 degrees.

Sunday: A dry day with sunny spells. Fresher than recently with highest temperatures just 15 to 20 degrees in light breezes. It will cloud over during the afternoon and evening with perhaps a few showers scattered over Leinster and Munster. Fog patches Sunday night and temperatures falling to between 6 and 10 degrees.

Monday: Mainly dry with sunny spells. Cloud building up at times with a few light showers possible. Temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees in light breezes.

Tuesday: A band of rain is forecast to cross the country early Tuesday followed by mainly dry weather with sunny spells. Temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees in fresh westerly winds.

Outlook for second half of next week: Fresh weather with a mixture of sunny intervals and passing showers. Temperatures typically in the mid-teens and in places into the high teens.
MET ÉIREANN, Glasnevin Hill, Dublin 9, Ireland Tel: +353-1-8064200 Fax: +353-1-8064247

© The material on this site is Met Éireann copyright. The name Met Éireann and the Met Éireann logo are registered trademarks. Copyright Notice.
Times indicated in forecasts and reports may be local or UTC.
twitter World Weather Services

Site Design and Development by FUSIO