Data supplied by Met Éireann
Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Wednesday 20 August
This afternoon will bring a mix of cloudy periods and sunny spells with some well scattered showers. Any showers will die out this evening. Quite cool with highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees and light to moderate northwest breezes.
Tonight will be dry in many areas with clear spells. However rain and drizzle will develop in the northwest towards morning. Lowest temperatures will range 7 to 9 degrees.
Thursday 21 August
On Thursday, there'll be some bright spells in the south at first. However it will be mostly cloudy with rain and drizzle spreading southeastwards through the morning and becoming widespread in the afternoon. Some bright or sunny spells will follow into Ulster during the evening. Highest temperatures of 14 or 17 degrees with moderate to fresh westerly breezes.
Headline: Staying cool and changeable until the latter part of the week with a good deal of dry weather. Wet and windy for Sunday and the early part of next week.
Thursday night will be dry in most areas, but a few passing showers may occur near north and west coasts. Cool with a light northwest wind.
Friday will be a cool bright and dry day in most areas, but a few light showers may occur in places. Light northwest winds. Top temperatures in the mid teens.
Saturday will be a dry and bright day with a mix of cloudy and sunny spells. Winds will be light and variable. Staying cool for the time of year.
Southeast winds will strengthen on Sunday and rain will spread in from the southwest during the afternoon and evening. The rain will be heavy and persist for much of Sunday night before turning showery on Monday. It'll stay unsettled and windy on Tuesday too with appreciable amounts of rain countrywide.
Report issued:20/08/2014 11:51