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24 May 2022

Ireland weather forecast for the coming days from Met Eireann

Ireland weather forecast  Met Eireann

Ireland weather forecast for the coming days from Met Eireann

The weather forecast for Ireland for the coming days from Met Eireann is for some frost and fog at night with the weather staying mainly dry and settled during the days with temperatures falling back again at the weekend.

The weather forecast for Thursday is for it to remain mainly dry again tomorrow with good sunshine at times, but cloudier skies with occasional patchy drizzle persisting across the west. Highs of 11 to 15 degrees in light southerly breezes.

The weather forecast for Thursday night from Met Eireann will be mostly dry with some clear spells. Winds will be light variable or southeasterly with some mist or fog patches forming Minimum temperatures of 2 to 6 degrees. 

According to Met Eireann Friday will continue mostly dry with some bright or sunny spells but cloud will increase from the west with just a few light showers. Top temperatures will be 9 to 13 degrees in moderate southeasterly winds freshening later and increasing strong near Atlantic coasts. 

Friday night cloud will increase from the west with outbreaks of rain pushing into Atlantic coastal counties but staying mostly dry elsewhere. Lowest temperatures will be around 4 to 7 degrees in fresh and gusty southeasterly winds. 

Met Eireann states that Saturday will become windy as southeast winds further increase fresh to strong. The east is likely to stay mostly dry with rain pushing into western counties. It will turn cooler with top temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees. Overnight the rain in the west is likely to spread further eastwards. It will remain windy with lowest temperatures of around 3 to 7 degrees. 

Sunday will likely continue cloudy and windy with rain in the west and outbreaks of rain further east. It will stay cool with top temperatures of around 7 to 10 degrees. Sunday night will continue windy with the risk of rain turning persistent or heavy. 

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