Data supplied by Met Éireann
Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Sunday 9 March
It will be mostly cloudy today with spells of rain or drizzle, although parts of the east and southeast will be dry for a time with a little hazy sunshine early on. Light to moderate, south to southwest winds will become light, variable during the morning and temperatures will reach 8 to 14 degrees this afternoon, coolest in the northwest with highest temperatures expected in the southeast.
Rain and drizzle will die out tonight and it will become dry with clearing skies. It'll turn cold with temperatures falling below freezing in light variable winds. Mist and fog patches will return along with a sharp frost. Lowest temperatures between plus 1 and minus 1 degrees.
Monday 10 March
Tomorrow, Monday, will be dry with sunshine and light variable breezes. Highest temperatures 10 to 12 degrees.
The weather will become dry and settled for the coming week as high pressure becomes established over the country.
The nights will be cold and frosty with sub zero temperatures generally ranging between minus 2 and plus 2 degrees. There'll be a sharp frost each night with patches of mist and fog likely too.
The days will be dry with sunshine. Temperatures will be slightly above normal for the time of year, generally ranging between 10 and 14 degrees, coolest near the east and south coasts and mildest in the midlands. Winds will be light and will range from easterly to southerly in direction. There'll be a risk of coastal fog on east and south coasts at times.
Current indications suggest that a westerly airflow will develop next weekend, but at the moment it looks like it will remain dry, perhaps just a few isolated showers affecting western and northwestern coastal areas.
Report issued:09/03/2014 04:54