Réamhaisnéis réigiúnach - Áth Cliath
Issued at: 25 May 2019 06:00
TODAY - Saturday 25th May
Rather overcast at first Saturday with patches of light rain or drizzle. Overall dry though with the cloud starting to break later in the afternoon and a few bright or sunny intervals developing. A humid day with top temperatures of 18 to 20 degrees Celsius, but possibly touching the low twenties under any longer sunny breaks. Southwesterly breezes light to moderate in strength.
TONIGHT - Saturday 25th May
Outbreaks of rain will gradually move eastwards across the country tonight, heaviest across Atlantic counties. Relatively mild and humid with lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees Celsius, in a freshening westerly breeze.
Low for Saturday and Sunday
Solar UV Index
Generally low on Saturday but high in any sunshine.
TOMORROW - Sunday 26th May
Cloudy and damp early Sunday morning with the last of the overnight rain clearing into the Irish Sea. Overall the day will be dry with some good sunny spells, though the odd shower may occur. Fresher than recent days in rather blustery westerly breezes. Highest temperatures will range reach about 17 degrees Celsius.
OUTLOOK: Unsettled early next week with cooler and fresher conditions. However, there are tentative signs for warmer weather later in the week.
SUNDAY NIGHT: A mix of clear spells and a few well scattered showers, however they will become increasingly more frequent across Atlantic counties towards morning. Lowest temperatures 7 to 9 degrees Celsius, in mostly moderate westerly breezes.
MONDAY: Widespread showers on Monday, some heavy and prolonged. Cooler and fresher with highs of 12 to 15 degrees Celsius, in blustery westerly winds. A cool night with a few passing showers still around and lows of 5 to 8 degrees Celsius.
TUESDAY: Many areas will stay fully dry with some good sunny spells - just isolated showers. Feeling fresh across the northern half of the country though in northerly breezes; afternoon highs will range 11 to 16 degrees Celsius (north to south). Chilly after dark, and with clear skies and calm conditions some grass frost will set in, that's as air temperatures fall back to the low single figures locally.
WEDNESDAY: Starting out largely dry with good sunshine across the eastern half of the country. However, it will soon cloud over with outbreaks of rain and drizzle gradually moving across the western half of the country by early afternoon, becoming widespread by evening. Some heavy falls are expected across into the early night-time hours, especialy across the north and west. Temperatures will below normal for later May with highs of 11 to 15 degrees Celsius, best values across the southwest of Munster. Rather breezy too, in a moderate to fresh south to southwest wind.