17 November 2017 22:08
Mostly cloudy and misty tonight with patchy rain or drizzle mainly in southern and western areas but some clear spells elsewhere and isolated showers affecting the north coast. Cold with lowest temperatures falling to between zero and +5 degrees, coldest in the north and east but staying slightly milder in the southwest. Winds will be light with mist thickening to fog in places.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy and misty with fog slow to clear. There will be further patchy rain or drizzle but somewhat drier and brighter weather over Ulster. Top temperatures 6 to 12 degrees, mildest in the southwest and winds remain light variable.
Saturday night will be mostly cloudy. Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will continue to affect Connacht, Munster and Leinster. Lowest temperatures of 1 to 6 degrees with perhaps a touch of frost in any clear intervals in parts of Ulster and north Leinster early in the night.
Sunday will be a rather cloudy day with patchy outbreaks of rain and drizzle, with the best of the dry weather in east of the country. Highest temperatures of 7 to 12 Celsius with freshening southerly winds.
Monday will be generally cloudy with rain in most areas through the day and on Monday night. Highest temperatures of 8 to 13 degrees with moderate westerly breezes.
Tuesday will continue cloudy with rain in many areas. The rain will turn persistent and heavy at times. Temperatures will range from 8 degrees in the north to 12 degrees in the south.
Wednesday will continue cloudy with rain in all areas and a risk of spot flooding. Highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees with moderate southwest breezes.
Thursday will remain changeable with further outbreaks of rain. Top temperatures of 7 to 13 degrees.
Current indications suggest that on Friday rain will spread from the west.