26 May 2022

Here is your weekend weather from Met Éireann

It will remain unsettled

The weekend ahead looks set to remain mild but unsettled with the risk of frost and ice overnight.

Friday evening will bring outbreaks of rain, possibly with the odd heavy burst. Later on Friday will be wet and breezy in many areas before clearing to a dry night with lows of minus 1 to 3 degrees and the risk of overnight frost developing.

Saturday will be largely dry with a mix of cloud and sunny spells. However, patchy rain is expected to edge in from the west towards evening. Top temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees in moderate southerly winds.

Saturday night will be cloudy and damp with patchy rain and drizzle. Areas of mist and fog will form also while temperatures overnight will be more mild than in recent days. 

Sunday looks set to be a mostly cloudy and damp day with patchy rain and drizzle. It will be misty also with fog on hills. However, it is expected to become drier across the western half of the country towards evening.

Mild on Sunday with maximum temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in moderate southwest breezes. Largely dry overnight but with patches of mist, fog and drizzle. Minimum temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees in light, variable winds.

Current indications suggest Monday will be a largely dry day with just a few patches of drizzle here and there.

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