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Réamhaisnéis réigiúnach - An Mhumhain

Issued at: 23 May 2018 18:00

TODAY - Wednesday 23rd May

Dry this evening with spells of warm sunshine.

TONIGHT - Wednesday 23rd May

Largely dry overnight with clear spells and just a few pockets of mist or fog. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees in little or no wind.

Grass Pollen Count

Low

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Solar UV Index

High

UV Index

TOMORROW - Thursday 24th May

Thursday will start dry with good spells of sunshine. However, cloud will build in the afternoon and a few isolated heavy showers will develop. Another warm day with highest temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees in light northerly winds.

National Outlook

OUTLOOK: Warm and humid until midweek of next week with Continental air continuing to feed in across Ireland. Generally dry with light to moderate easterly breezes, however scattered thunderstorms will develop at times too.

TOMORROW NIGHT: Dry and close across most areas however a few showers may impact upon Irish Sea coast. Lowest temperatures will range 9 to 12 degrees Celsius in light northeast breezes.

SATURDAY: Warm and humid with long spells of sunshine. Dry too but much of the country, though the odd sharp shower will break out locally. Highest temperatures will range 18 to 22 degrees Celsius (best values in the west), but a few degrees cooler along east facing coasts with onshore easterly breezes here.

SUNDAY: Again warm and close with highest temperatures typically ranging 19 to 23 degrees Celsius. Some southern and eastern counties will see slightly lower maxima with onshore breezes. Whilst it will be generally sunny, sunshine may turn hazy at times with the risk of coastal fog in the south. Dry across many parts too, but with the greater threat of scattered thunderstorms, these most likely across the south and east.


MONDAY: Temperatures in the low to mid twenties generally. Sunny for most in light easterlies, but a few showers may develop across the southwest.

The trend is for mainly dry and warm weather up to mid-week.

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