Data supplied by Met Éireann
Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Very mild and rather windy in places tonight. Heavy rain at times overnight in parts of the southwest, west and northwest. Extensive hill and some coastal fog also. Patchy rain further east with good dry periods also. Lowest temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees.
Saturday 1 November
Mild and rather windy on Friday. Wet in western areas during the morning with heavy rain in places. Mostly dry in eastern areas apart from patchy drizzle. The rain will gradually extend eastwards in the afternoon, with some heavy falls likely. A clearance will follow from the Atlantic later in the day. Top temperatures will range a very mild 15 to 18 degrees but it will turn colder in the evening. Blustery Southerly winds will ease in the West.
Headline : Unsettled weather continuing. Turning much cooler in the early days of next week, with some frost at night.
Friday night : Good clear spells, but scattered showers also, mainly in Munster, Connacht and west Ulster. Min. 7 to 9 C., in a moderate to fresh SW'ly wind.
Saturday : Dry in many areas at first, with just a few scattered showers. Persistent rain will develop in the SW & W, spreading gradually eastwards during the afternoon, with some heavy bursts, especially in the south. Max. 11 to 14 C, in a fresh to strong southerly wind.
Sunday : Cool and windy, with sunny spells & showers, some heavy, with a slight risk of thunder, especially in Atlantic coastal areas. Max. 10 to 13 C, in a fresh and gusty SW'ly wind.
Monday : SW winds will ease and there will be some sunny spells, but showers also, some heavy, with a risk of longer spells of rain and thundery downpours.
Max. temperatures just 9 to 12 Celsius, falling close to freezing or below in many areas on Monday night, with frost and a risk of icy patches.
Tuesday : Cool and breezy, with sunny spells and scattered showers, some heavy, with hail and a risk of thunder, especially in coastal areas.
Further Outlook : Early indications suggest that Wednesday is likely to be cool and mostly dry, but mild and unsettled weather will return after midweek.
Report issued:30/10/2014 23:42