Data supplied by Met Éireann
Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Monday 22 September
Mostly dry with sunny spells this evening but cloud is increasing from the west and northwest with some rain or drizzle later. Southwesterly winds will be light to moderate.
Tonight rain and drizzle in the west and northwest will slowly move across the country, but rainfall amounts will be small and the southeast may stay dry. Lowest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees. Southwesterly winds fall light.
Tuesday 23 September
It will be a cloudy start tomorrow with patchy drizzle or light rain over parts of Munster and Leinster which will clear eastwards with brighter, drier weather following from the west. However, towards evening a band of persistent rain will affect the west and northwest. Top temperatures will be 15 to 17 degrees in light to moderate west to southwest winds.
The rest of the week will be very mild and mostly dry.
Apart from a little drizzle or light rain in the north and west of the country, Tuesday night will be dry and mild.
Wednesday will be a mostly cloudy but dry day apart from an isolated shower near west and north coasts. Any sunny breaks will be short and limited to the midlands, south and east. Southwest winds will be light.
Little change for Thursday; staying mostly dry but cloudy. Very mild again with temperatures in the mid to high teens and light southwest winds.
While a little light rain is possible in the north and west during Friday, the weather will remain mostly dry and settled going into next weekend with light winds and well above normal temperatures.
Report issued:22/09/2014 18:02