24 Hour Forecast
12 November 2019 23:43
Cold tonight, with variable cloud and clear spells leading to some frost forming in places. Showers will become largely confined to western and northern coasts for a time. Later in the night, showers will become more frequent over the western half of the country, however, eastern parts of the country will hold dry until daybreak. Lowest temperatures of -1 to +2 degrees. A few patches of mist and shallow fog may form towards dawn. Light or moderate westerly winds backing light southwesterly overnight.
Mostly dry in the east at first, with a few bright spells but showers will soon spread from the west during the morning. The showers will soon merge to rain over the western half of the country, turning heavy and persistent with a risk of hail and thunder and that rain will spread elsewhere as the day goes on. Top temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees with temperatures dropping through the late afternoon and evening, with some falls of sleet and snow in parts of Munster and Leinster. Breezy in the southwest with stiff northwesterly winds, but winds will be lighter and more variable elsewhere.