Mist and fog, mainly in parts of Munster and Leinster, will clear gradually this morning (Friday, November 27th), according to Met Éireann.
It will be mostly dry, with some sunny or bright spells, mainly in parts of the east and south-east. However, it will be cloudy with patchy drizzle in places, primarily in west and north-west coastal areas.
Temperatures will reach 5 to 9 degrees before dropping between -1 to 5 degrees tonight. It will be mostly dry at first, with some clear spells and a risk of some dense fog patches.
Milder conditions are set to extend gradually from the south with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
Weekend weather forecast – Saturday
It will be mostly cloudy tomorrow, according to the national forecaster. Scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle, coupled with dry spells, will descend across the country.
Temperatures will reach 7 to 11 degrees before dipping between 6 to 8 degrees tomorrow night.
Tomorrow night is set to be rather cloudy with patchy rain at times in the north-west of Ireland. Meanwhile, it will be mainly dry elsewhere. Temperature values will remain unchanged, hovering around 6 to 8 degrees.
According to Met Éireann, there will be isolated showers, with dry and cloudy conditions prevailing.
Temperatures will be in the region of 9 to 11 degrees in the day, with lows of 3 to 5 degrees overnight.
Monday will be mainly dry with some bright spells for the morning.
Cloud in the north-west will bring outbreaks of rain to the south and east. Otherwise, it will be a generally dry day with highs of 9 to 10 degrees.
There will be “little” change in temperatures overnight, according to the Irish Meteorological Service.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Tuesday will be cloudy and mostly dry with highs of around 10 degrees. Current indications suggest little change to conditions, with much colder weather expected towards the end of the week.