Map Legend

National Forecast

27 May 2024 23:02


Most areas will be dry early tonight but there will be outbreaks of rain or drizzle in the west and southwest. The rain and drizzle will move northeast across the country overnight, turning heavier and more persistent. There will be areas of mist and fog too. It will become drier in the west and southwest by morning. Lowest temperatures of 8 to 13 degrees in a light to moderate southerly wind.


Rain, drizzle and mist will clear from the north and east tomorrow morning. For the rest of the day there will be scattered showers and some sunny spells will develop. A few heavy and thundery showers are possible in the afternoon and evening, mainly in the northeast. Highest temperatures of 13 to 19 degrees, mildest in the east, in a light to moderate southwest to west wind.

Met News

21st May 2024

Human-caused Climate Change Brings Increased Storm Rainfall

Published, May 22nd 2024 Human-induced climate cha... more

15th May 2024

We Are Recruiting for Meteorological Officers

Met Éireann, Ireland’s National Meteorological... more

02nd May 2024

Climate Statement for April 2024

Mild and wet overall April 2024 was another month ... more

01st May 2024

Government Launches Be Summer-Ready Campaign

The national ‘Be Summer-Ready’ campaign was la... more