24 Hour Forecast
21 July 2019 11:32
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain today, however some parts of the east and southeast may hold dry until afternoon time. The rain will be heavy at times especially in Connacht and Ulster, later this afternoon and evening with a risk of spot flooding, and perhaps the isolated thundery burst here. Highest afternoon temperatures generally 17 to 19 Celsius, possibly touching 20 Celsius in the east. South to southeast winds mostly moderate to fresh in strength but increasing strong to very strong and gusty at times along coasts.
Further outbreaks of rain in many places tonight. The rain heavy and persistent at times in the north and west of the country, although becoming mostly dry in the south early in the night. The rain will eventually clear most places overnight with the exception of some north and northwest coasts. Very mild and humid with lows of 15 to 18 Celsius with patches of mist and fog forming especially on hills and coasts. Southwest breezes mostly moderate but winds strong at times on coasts and very strong at times on northwest and west coasts.
A mainly dry day with some warm spells of sunshine developing through the afternoon. It will be cloudier along south and northwest coasts though, with perhaps some patchy light rain or drizzle lingering along northwest coasts. Very warm and humid with top temperatures generally 18 to 24 Celsius. Southwest breezes moderate to fresh in strength but winds strong along Atlantic coasts and very strong along northwest coasts.