Data supplied by Met Éireann
Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Saturday 22 November
Brightening up during the morning, as the cloudy conditions with outbreaks of rain clear eastwards. Sunny spells developing fairly widely this afternoon, but there will be scattered heavy showers in some southwestern, western and northern areas (especially coastal parts) but midland and eastern areas will be mostly dry.
Turning cooler through the day with afternoon temperatures of 8 or 9 degrees C. in moderate southwest becoming west winds, fresh in Atlantic coastal areas.
Apart from some showers in the coastal areas of the west and north, tonight will be cold, mostly dry and clear with frost developing and becoming sharp or severe overnight. Some pockets of mist or fog developing also with some icy stretches. Overnight lows of -2 to + 2 degrees C..
Sunday 23 November
Frost, fog and icy patches will clear tomorrow morning to give a cold, bright day with sunny spells and some passing showers mostly in the west and north. Highs of 6 to 9 degrees in light westerly breezes.
Very cold and frosty on Sunday night with mist, fog and some icy patches. Lowest temperatures plus 1 to - 2 or possibly - 3 C. but frost may well clear from western coastal counties towards dawn as a southerly breeze sets in.
Monday: Cold and frosty further east on Monday morning, with the frost and fog clearing gradually. Top temperatures just 6 to 9 C. Some sunny spells developing, but cloud will increase in western areas with some rain developing in Atlantic coastal areas in the afternoon edging eastwards later in the day and on Monday night. Cold on Monday night with some areas staying cloudy with some rain, but clearer conditions in other parts with frost.
Tuesday: Some rain or showers in places on Tuesday mostly the coastal areas, but dry in many other areas with some bright or short sunny spells also. Highs of just 5 to 8 C., are expected. Cold and frosty Tuesday night, with temperatures below freezing in many places and the risk of icy patches.
Wednesday: Mostly dry and bright early on Wednesday with sunny spells developing after the frost and fog clears. But present indications suggest that cloud and rain will move in from the Atlantic later in the day and overnight.
Changeable and very unsettled weather expected for the rest of the week.
Report issued:22/11/2014 05:17