Met Éireann weather forecast Ireland: Dry and sunny today, but cooler with temperatures of 14C to 19C

Today will be mostly dry and sunny, but there will be a few passing showers, mainly in Ulster and Connacht, Met Éireann has said.

t will feel cooler than recent days with highest temperatures of 14C to 19C, with the warmest conditions in the southeast. 

Scattered showers will continue in Ulster tonight but rain will be isolated in other areas, with lowest temperatures of 7C to 12C.

There will be sunny spells and isolated showers tomorrow morning and afternoon, while the rain will become more widespread during the evening. Highest temperatures of 14C to 19C are forecast, warmest in the southeast.

It will be cloudy on Friday night with patchy light rain or drizzle in the west and northwest. It will be generally dry with clear spells in other areas. Lowest temperatures will range from 7C to 12C.

The forecaster said Saturday morning will be dry and sunny in the south and east but cloudier with patchy light rain or drizzle across much of Connacht and Ulster. It will become cloudier everywhere during the afternoon with scattered light rain or drizzle but drier conditions will return by evening time with some hazy sunshine and highest temperatures 15C to 20C.

It will be mostly dry with clear spells on Saturday night, but their will be patchy drizzle near west and northwest coasts.

Lowest temperatures of 9C to 13C are expected.

Met Éireann said Sunday morning will be dry with sunny spells but it will become cloudier in the afternoon with patches of drizzle possible near Atlantic coasts. Highest temperatures will range from 16C to 21C.

Sunday night will be dry with clear spells and lowest temperatures of 10C to 14C.

“Monday morning will be dry with sunny spells but it will likely become cloudier as the day goes on, with rain possibly affecting the northwest later. Highest temperatures of 16C to 22C,” Met Éireann said.

The forecaster said next week “high pressure will likely continue to dominate, bringing generally dry weather and an increase in temperatures”.

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