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Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

Réamhaisnéis Náisiúnta

24 June 2021 04:51


A dry start for much of the country this morning with sunny spells. However, showers will develop in the northwest followed by rain, gradually sinking southwards across the country through the day, persistent and heavy at times in the northwest. Becoming patchier as it moves southwards with some southern areas holding dry until evening. Warm and humid in the south and east with highest temperatures of 19 to 23 degrees, but cooler in the west and northwest with highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees in moderate westerly winds, fresh at times on western and northern coasts.


Tonight, rain over the southern half of the country will continue to clear southwards as drier conditions along with some well scattered showers follow in from the northwest. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees in moderate to fresh northwesterly winds, strong on northern and northwestern coasts.


Tomorrow will be a cool, fresh and mostly cloudy day with showery rain along eastern coastal counties. Mainly dry elsewhere with just isolated showers. Highest temperatures of just 13 to 17 degrees. Moderate to fresh northerly winds, strong on exposed coasts, will ease mainly light to moderate during the day.

Regional Forecast

MET News

14ú Meitheamh 2021

A Dry June 2021 So Far

Climatological Dry Periods 2021 Date first publish

02a Meitheamh 2021

Climate Statement For May and Spring 2021

Cool and Wet Everywhere May was a cool and wet mon

27ú Bealtaine 2021

Temporary exceedance of 1.5°C increasingly likely

There is about a 40% chance of the annual average

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