Data supplied by Met Éireann
Today and Tomorrow's forecast
This evening will be mild breezy and mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of drizzle and light rain. The rain will be persistent in places for a time, but it will clear southeastwards overnight. Then it'll turn noticeably cooler. The latter part of the night will be dry apart from isolated showers near north and west coasts. Fresh southwest winds. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees.
Friday 24 October
Tomorrow Friday will be cool and breezy with varying cloud and short sunny spells. Showers will occur widely - especially across the midlands north and west where the odd heavy one is possible. Southwest winds will be moderate to fresh. The south and east will be mostly dry. Highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees.
Headline : Weather fronts will track near or over Ireland over the Bank Holiday weekend giving windy and quite cloudy weather generally with scattered outbreaks of rain. Some heavy rain is possible in particular in the northwest but some good dry spells are likely for Munster and Leinster.
Cool and windy Friday night with heavy showers in the west and north and dry weather elsewhere. Lowest temperatures 5 to 8 degrees.
Saturday: A fresh, windy day with sunny spells and in the west and north some passing showers. Highest temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees in fresh to strong southwesterly winds gusting to gale force in exposed areas.
Sunday: The winds easing a little for Sunday and feeling a little milder. After a generally dry start heavy rain will develop over parts of Connacht and Ulster with temperatures here of about 12 or 13 degrees. Mostly dry elsewhere with some sunny spells and highs of 14 or 15 degrees C.
Monday: Mild and cloudy on Monday with scattered outbreaks of rain, heavy and persistent in places. Temperatures of 13 to 15 degrees in fresh southwesterly winds.
Next week: Changeable.
Report issued:23/10/2014 15:49