22 May 2013 05:06
It will be a cloudy start today with more mist and drizzle. However it will become brighter with some good sunny spells developing. A few showers will affect parts of Ulster and Connacht, while elsewhere it will remain dry. It will feel fresh with highs of 10 to 16 degrees, in the moderate to fresh northwest winds.Tonight
It will be a generally dry night for the country, but some light patchy drizzle will develop at times. There will be some clear spells tonight and temperatures will fall to between 4 and 7 degrees in moderate northwest and at times fresh northwest winds.
Tomorrow Thursday will be a cool, breezy day with showers developing mainly in parts of Ulster and Leinster. Temperatures will be quite low for the month of May and will only range from 9 to 11 for much of Ulster and Connacht while Munster and Leinster will fare only slightly better with highs of 10 to 13 degrees. Northwest winds will be fresh to strong and gusty.
A dry night on Thursday, apart from some showers along northern coasts. Lowest temperatures will fall to between 5 and 7 degrees.
The showers will continue along the north coast on Friday morning and further showers will develop along parts of the east coast too. However the rest of the country will stay dry with temperatures climbing to between 12 and 15 degrees in moderate northerly breezes. It will remain dry on Friday night, but it will become quite chilly with minimum temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees.
There will be a good deal of dry weather on Saturday too, with some bright spells. However it will remain generally cloudy with highs of 13 to 16 degrees. Another cool night with lows of 2 to 5 degrees.
On Sunday some light showers will develop along western parts of Connacht, Ulster and Munster, for the rest of the country it will remain dry. Temperatures will rise to the mid-teens with light westerly breezes.
At present it looks like becoming unsettled next week, with cooler conditions and some rain at times.
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