05 July 2015- updated at 18:00
Showers will die out this evening to give sunny spells.
Tonight will be dry with some clear spells at first. However cloud will build from the southwest to bring outbreaks of rain to Cork and Kerry coasts by dawn. Light to moderate southwest winds will back southerly and increase with the onset of rain. Lows of 10 to 12 degrees.
Grass Pollen Count
Low on Monday
Solar UV Index
Low to moderate
Rain will spread to all areas early on Monday, turning persistent and heavy in places. There will be a clearance to showers in the afternoon but some of these may be heavy and thundery. It will be breezy too with fresh and gusty south to southeast winds that will veer southwest with the clearance. Highs of 17 to 19 degrees.
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