It will become dry in many places this morning (Monday, September 7th), as scattered rain and drizzle continue to clear, according to Met Éireann.
Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will persist across western counties, particularly along coasts. It will be humid with hill and coastal fog and highs of 16 to 21 degrees.
It will be mild and humid tonight also, with patchy rain and drizzle, mainly descending upon Atlantic counties.
It will be misty with hills and coastal fog with lowest temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees.
Tuesday – According to the national forecaster, scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle will continue to impact Atlantic counties, heaviest along the coast.
It will be dry and sunny elsewhere, apart from some patchy drizzle. It will be humid once again with hill and coastal fog and highs of 16 to 23 degrees.
Scattered outbreaks of rain are set to move eastwards from the Atlantic tomorrow night, with drier conditions to follow; temperatures will reach between 10 to 12 degrees, in mostly light to moderate westerly breezes.
Wednesday – It will be dry with a mix of cloud, some sunny spells, and isolated showers, according to the national forecaster.
Temperatures will reach between 15 to 18 degrees, chilliest overnight with lows of 5 to 9 degrees.
Thursday – It will stay dry in most areas, with a mix of cloud and sunny spells and highs of 13 to 16 degrees.
Friday – It will be wet across Ulster and Connacht to begin, with rainfall to extend to other areas during the day.
Highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees, mildest and driest in the south-east, according to the Irish Meteorological Service.
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