Alternative low-bandwidth version Skip to main content

Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

National Forecast

09 April 2020 05:12


Early mist, fog and low cloud will lift to give a warm, mainly dry day with a mix of cloud and hazy sunshine. Highest temperatures generally of 16 to 18 degrees but a little cooler near eastern and southern coasts in the light to moderate, east to southeast breeze.


Tonight will be mainly dry, apart from a little drizzle. Low cloud, mist and fog will return and no frost with lowest temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees in very light mainly southeasterly breezes.


Tomorrow will be another warm day with some brighter interludes and hazy sunshine but more cloud around than recent days. Some showery rain will develop in places, particularly in western or northern areas later in the day. Top temperatures will range 15 to 19 degrees in light southerly or variable breezes.

Regional Forecast

MET News

03rd April 2020


Full report <<here>>

02nd April 2020

Climate Statement for March 2020

Cool and sunny, dry in the East Storm Jorge, broug

27th March 2020

New Met Éireann Podcast Out Now - Storm Chasing!

Labhair Ferdia McCrann clár RTERnaG ‘Iris A

You are here: