24 Hour Forecast
31 October 2020 07:35
Orange & Yellow Weather Warnings in effect. Extremely windy or stormy for a time today as Storm Aiden tracks to the northwest of the country. Very strong to gale force southerly winds will veer westerly this morning with some further severe and damaging gusts, especially in Atlantic coastal counties. Very high seas will lead to a risk of some coastal flooding too. Whilst heavy overnight rain will clear into the Irish Sea this morning, sunshine and scattered heavy squally showers will follow, with the risk of hail and isolated thunderstorms, heaviest across the north and northwest. Becoming mostly dry later this afternoon with winds moderating then too, except for northern areas. After a mild start, highest afternoon temperatures will range a fresher 8 to 12 degrees Celsius.
Wet and rather windy weather will feed up from the southwest this evening and early tonight. Rain will clear to scattered showers overnight. Windy throughout, with fresh to strong and gusty southwest winds, veering westerly later. Lowest temperatures 4 to 7 degrees Celsius.
Blustery at first on Sunday with some bright or sunny spells. However, outbreaks of heavy rain will move up from the southwest during the day, bringing the risk of flooding. Southwest winds will remain fresh to strong across southern counties, whilst falling off light elsewhere. Mist and low cloud too. Highest temperatures of 8 to 14 degrees Celsius (coolest in the north and mildest in the south).
29th October 2020
by Columba Creamer, Marine Unit, Met Éireann The
27th October 2020
Updated 1500, Thursday 29/10/2020 by Gavin Gallagh