Alternative low-bandwidth version Skip to main content

Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

National Forecast

25 September 2021 10:26


Cloud will slowly break up through the day, allowing better sunny spells to develop, however, there will still be a chance of some isolated patches of drizzle about, mostly near southern and western coasts. Quite mild and humid with highest temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees in moderate southwesterly winds, occasionally fresh in the west.


Scattered patches of light rain and drizzle will continue tonight, however there will be some clear spells also. Cloud will build in western and southwestern coastal counties later in the night. Remaining mild overnight with temperatures not falling below 12 to 15 degrees, breezy too in moderate to fresh southerly winds.


Rain will develop in the west and southwest tomorrow morning and gradually spread eastwards through the day, bringing some heavy downpours and the risk of spot flooding. However, some eastern areas will hold dry until late afternoon. Blustery with fresh and gusty southerly winds and highest temperatures of 15 to 19 degrees but becoming noticeably cooler from the west as the rain clears.

Regional Forecast

MET News

16th September 2021

Met Éireann’s Climate Modelling and Model Coupling Research Funding Opportunity

Research funding is a key component of Met Éirean

02nd September 2021

Climate Statement for Summer and August 2021

August 2021 : Mild and changeable, dry finish The

31st August 2021

New storm names announced for 2021-2022

Met Éireann, along with the Met Office and KNMI &

You are here: