09 June 2023 08:44
Today - Friday 9th June
SUMMARY: Warm and humid with some showers moving up from the southwest. Dry across many areas this morning with spells of sunshine. However, scattered showers in parts of Munster will extend across parts of Connacht, with isolated showers possible slightly further east. Warm into the afternoon and becoming quite humid with highest temperatures of 21 to 25 degrees generally. Less warm though across eastern counties with highest temperatures of 18 to 21 degrees, all in moderate to fresh easterly winds.
Tonight - Friday 9th June
Tonight will be very mild and humid. Largely dry for much of the night under broken cloud with just isolated showers. Heavier and more persistent showers will move up from the south towards dawn. Temperatures not falling below 11 to 15 degrees in light easterly breezes.
Tomorrow - Saturday 10th June
Saturday will be warm and humid with a mix of cloud and sunshine. Scattered showers in the south in the morning will gradually extend into other parts of the country, some turning heavy with the chance of isolated thunderstorms and spot flooding. Mist and fog will also set in across southern areas later. Highest temperatures of 19 to 24 or 25 degrees, coolest in the south, in a light to moderate east to southeast breeze.
OUTLOOK: Warm and humid, both by day and night with showers - thundery downpours in parts. Some mist and fog too.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Humid and very mild with scattered showers tracking northwards, some heavy and thundery with possible flooding. Some mist or fog setting in later too. Lowest temperatures 14 to 16 degrees Celsius with just light southerly breezes.
SUNDAY: A mix of cloud and summer sunshine with well scattered showers too - potential for local thundery ones. Warm and heavy with top temperature of 20 to 25 degrees Celsius, all sunshine dependent with very little breeze, save local sea breezes.
MON and TUES: Warmer or even hot days with sunshine and scattered slow moving showers - potential for heavy and thundery one with possible flooding. Parts of the country staying fully dry though. Top temperatures of 20 to 26 degrees Celsius, in just light variable or northeasterly breezes.
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