24 Hour Forecast
18 February 2019 05:54
Rather blustery today with sunny spells and scattered heavy showers, especially in the west and northwest, where they will merge into longer spells of rain. Risk of hail and thunder too. Driest conditions will occur across the southeast, with mostly dry weather in the east until early afternoon. Highest temperatures will range 8 to 11 degrees Celsius, in a moderate to fresh and gusty westerly wind, strongest all the while along Atlantic coasts.
Showers will become confined to the northwest early tonight with dry, calm and clear conditions developing. Some frost and possibly a few icy patches setting in too though. Cold, with lowest temperatures ranging 0 to 4 degrees Celsius.
Frost quickly clearing with some early morning sunshine further east on Tuesday. However outbreaks of rain will arrive in across the western half of the country before mid-morning and will extend countrywide by midday. The rain will turn heavy and persistent with spot flooding, especially across Atlantic counties. Becoming breezy too, in a freshening southerly wind. Afternoon highs will range a near normal 7 to 10 degrees Celsius, but it will become milder after dark.