24 Hour Forecast
22 January 2019 05:23
Very cold today, with a mix of bright or sunny spells and scattered showers, some of sleet and snow in the morning, but turning mainly to rain and sleet during the day, with a risk of snow mainly over high ground. Maximum temperatures 3 to 6 Celsius, in moderate to fresh westerly winds, veering west to northwest and gradually easing.
Tonight will be mainly dry, with clear spells, but there will be some further scattered showers, mainly in southwestern, western and northern coastal areas, some of sleet or snow, mainly in parts of the northwest and north. Very cold in Leinster and Ulster, with frost and a risk of icy patches. Minimum temperatures minus 2 to plus 1 Celsius, coldest in the northeast. Minimum values in Munster and Connacht 2 to 4 Celsius, with no significant frost. A few mist patches may develop, in light west to northwest breezes.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, will be mainly dry in Ulster and Leinster, with bright spells and just a few scattered showers, mainly in north and northwest coastal areas, a few of them wintry in the northeast. Cloud will increase gradually from the Atlantic, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle extending gradually eastwards across Munster and Connacht during the afternoon and evening. Maximum temperatures 4 to 8 Celsius generally, rising to 9 or 10 degrees on southwest coasts. Winds mostly light to moderate, west to northwest.
15 January 2019
The BT Young Scientist Exhibition 2019 took place
14 January 2019
This week the Shannon Rainfall Radar will be under