Issued at: 26 February 2021 23:31
Mostly cloudy tonight with patchy outbreaks of light rain affecting western counties. However, it will remain largely dry elsewhere. Lowest temperatures generally of 4 to 7 degrees, falling to 1 or 2 degrees under clearer spells in the southeast with a slight frost there. Some mist patches will form in a mainly light southerly breeze.
TOMORROW - Saturday 27th February
Tomorrow, Saturday, will be a largely dry day, with some lingering patches of light rain. An overall cloudy day but with some sunny spells breaking through. Relatively mild with highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in a light southerly breeze.
Overview: High pressure bringing a lot of dry and calm weather. There will be a mix of cloud and some sunny spells, with some light rain or drizzle at times. Cool at night with a risk of frost and fog as winds ease.
Saturday Night: Patchy cloud and clear spells with isolated showers. Lows of 0 to 5 degrees will produce a slight frost in some parts. Winds will be light variable or near calm allowing mist and fog patches to form, with fog becoming dense in places towards dawn.
Sunday: Mist and fog patches may be slow to clear on Sunday morning in the near calm conditions, but sunny spells will break through in most places by the afternoon. Dry with highs of 10 to 12 degrees with light easterly breezes developing.
Sunday night: Dry with clear spells. Mist and fog patches will return with a few pockets of dense fog occurring towards dawn. Lows of 1 to 4 degrees in light easterly breezes.
Monday: Mist and fog will clear through the morning to leave another dry day with variable cloud and some sunshine. Highest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees in light or moderate easterly breezes.
Monday night: Staying mainly dry with clear spells and patchy frost and fog developing. Lowest temperatures of 1 to 4 degrees, but a little less cold near southern coasts under thicker cloud with drizzle developing there by dawn. Light easterly or variable breezes.
Tuesday: At present, Tuesday looks set to be a bit of a cloudier day with patchy rain and drizzle extending northwards over the country. Brighter and drier intervals will likely prevail for much of the day in Ulster, however. Maximum temperatures will range 8 to 11 degrees in light to moderate easterly breezes.
Further Outlook: Current indications suggest high pressure will remain dominant bringing generally settled conditions, although patchy rain and drizzle will occur at times. Daytime temperatures will trend near or slightly above average for early March.
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.