Skip to main content

Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

National Forecast

21 May 2018 05:33


Today will be cool and overcast in most areas, with outbreaks of rain in most parts this morning, persistent and locally heavy in Connacht, west Munster and west Ulster. In the southeast and along the east coast, any rain and drizzle will be lighter and patchy and it will become mainly dry in eastern and southeastern coastal counties today. Mainly dry conditions will also develop along the west coast by afternoon and rain will become lighter and more intermittent elsewhere as the day progresses. Maximum temperatures generally only 11 to 13 Celsius, but it will be milder in the east and southeast, with values of 15 to 18 Celsius. Winds mostly light to moderate northerly but light and variable in the east and southeast.


Tonight will be mainly dry, with clear spells developing, but a few spots of drizzle will occur, mainly in the eastern half of the country. Minimum temperatures 4 to 8 Celsius, coldest where breaks in cloud occur. Winds mostly moderate northerly.


Tomorrow, Tuesday, will be dry, with sunny spells developing. Maximum temperatures 13 to 18 Celsius, coolest in Atlantic coastal counties and possibly up to 19 degrees in the southeast. Winds mostly moderate, northerly in direction.

Regional Forecast

MET News

18 May 2018

First MÉRA Reanalysis Workshop

Over the past few years researchers at Met Éirean... more

14 May 2018

IMS Annual Field Trip 2018

The Irish Meteorological Society (IMS) in conjunct... more

10 May 2018

Global and Irish Climate Modelling

The Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IP... more

You are here: