Issued at: 16 September 2019 06:00
TODAY - Monday 16th September
Any lingering drizzle or mist will clear away southwards in the early morning and sunny spells will gradually break through by early afternoon. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees (north to south of province), in light north to northeast breezes.
Dry but rather chilly tonight with clear spells. Mist and fog setting in later, especially across inland areas. Lowest temperatures will range 3 to 7 degrees in near calm.
Low on Monday and Tuesday
Solar UV Index
Moderate on Monday
TOMORROW - Tuesday 17th September
Early morning mist and fog clearing on Tuesday, to give a dry and calm day, with good spells of autumn sunshine. Highest temperatures will range 15 to 18 degrees.
High pressure will be centred near or over Ireland up until and including Saturday, bringing mostly dry, calm and settled conditions.
Most of the days should bring long spells of autumn sunshine, with light breezes (increasing moderate southeasterly later in the week). However, cloud will spill into north and northwest areas at times with some patchy drizzle along northern coasts during Wednesday. Temperatures will continue to improve day by day, ranging 17 to 20 degrees on Wednesday and 18 to 22 degrees on the days thereafter, possibly higher in some parts. Chilly enough at night however, especially Tuesday and Wednesday after-dark when temperatures may drop to the low single figures locally. Some shallow mist and fog patches by night too.
Present indications suggest that the weather will turn more unsettled later this coming weekend and into next week.
Temperature circle (°C): maximum and minimum temperature forecast for each day. Wind symbol (km/h): arrow points in the direction the wind is blowing. The weather and wind icons: for the time of maximum temperature and minimum temperature.