Issued at: 15 September 2019 16:00
TODAY - Sunday 15th September
Mostly cloudy today with some light rain and drizzle in places. Patchy hill and coastal fog also. Light southwest breezes will be moderate to fresh at times near the coast.
Cloudy and misty overnight with outbreaks of rain and drizzle, which will die out in most parts by morning. Some patchy fog also. Mild with lows of 11 to 15 Celsius in light westerly breezes. Winds will be moderate at times near the coast.
Low on Monday and Tuesday
Solar UV Index
Moderate on Monday
TOMORROW - Monday 16th September
The last of the rain and drizzle will die out on Monday morning. Rather cloudy and misty at first but will gradually brighten up with sunny spells developing during the afternoon. Highs of 15 to 19 Celsius. Mildest in the south where temperatures may reach 20 Celsius. Winds will be light northerly or variable in direction.
High pressure will be centred near or over Ireland for much of the week, at least until next weekend, giving largely dry and mostly calm weather.
Cloud cover will vary from place to place and also from day to day, but there should be good sunshine in most areas. Daytime temperatures will increase gradually also each day, ranging from 16 to 19 degrees on Tuesday, 17 to 20 degrees on Wednesday and 18 to 21 degrees on Thursday and Friday. But the nights will be quite cool initially, with minimum values in the range 5 to 9 degrees; with slack variable breezes, some mist and fog may form too. Later in the week the nights will become milder, as a moderate to fresh southeast breeze develops.
Present indications suggest that the weather next weekend will be more changeable. From Saturday onwards, the chance of rain increases, though it looks like it will stay quite mild.
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.