24 Hour Forecast
23 July 2018 06:54
A very mild, close and generally cloudy start to Monday with patchy rain and drizzle, producing a few heavy bursts locally. Brightening up in the northwest and west during the afternoon with somewhat fresher conditions developing. Remaining rather warm, humid and overall quite cloudy in other areas with patchy light rain or drizzle continuing to sink southeastwards, a few heavier bursts still possible later today. Some sunny spells at times too though. Maximum temperatures will range 18 to 25 degrees Celsius, in moderate southwesterly breezes (warmest once again in the east and southeast).
Patchy rain or drizzle across east and southeast counties will clear early tonight. Becoming dry under broken cloud, apart from the odd spot of rain or drizzle along Atlantic coasts. Lowest temperatures will range 11 to 16 degrees Celsius, mildest in across the southeast. Westerly breezes will be light.
Tomorrow Tuesday will bring a mix of cloud and sunny spells, all in light to moderate westerly breezes. Overall dry but a few well scattered passing showers will occur too. Highest temperatures will range 18 to 22 degree Celsius, warmest across east Munster and Leinster.
11 July 2018
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