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Today's Weather

Today and Tomorrow's forecast

Thursday 17 April

Rather cloudy for the rest of the afternoon and early evening but with clearer weather developing in the north and northeast.

Continuing dry tonight with the clearer conditions in the northern areas extending southwards over the country overnight. Temperatures will fall to between 1 and 3 degrees in the northeast and east, leading to grass frost there, but between 5 and 7 degrees further south. Winds will be light variable and patches of mist and fog will form again.

Tomorrow's Weather

Friday 18 April

Tomorrow, Friday, will be dry and sunny with temperatures of between 12 and 15 degrees in light variable winds. It'll be cloudier at the west coasts later in the day.

Friday night will remain dry with just a few spots of drizzle along western coasts. Quite cool with temperatures falling to between 1 and 4 degrees. In the light winds mist and fog patches will form as well as some grass frost.

A cool start to Saturday but it will be a largely dry day with perhaps some very light showers along parts of the west coast. Highs will range from 11 to 14 degrees, but eastern and southern coastal counties will feel cooler in the easterly breeze. Dry overnight with clear skies and temperatures falling to near zero degrees, with more mist and grass frost likely.

A dry, chilly start to Easter Sunday but later in the afternoon and in the evening outbreaks of rain will move into parts of Leinster. Elsewhere it will remain dry but will become cloudy. Highs of 11 to 15 degrees in moderate northerly winds. The rain will affect much of Leinster and east Ulster overnight. It will be much milder though with lows of 6 to 8 degrees.

Monday will have a mix of patchy rain and drizzle in southern coastal counties and also in parts of Ulster. Elsewhere in the country it will be drier with some bright spells. Highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees.

Report issued:17/04/2014 16:28

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