The weather forecast from Met Eireann for the coming week is for a lot of dry weather as high pressure builds over Europe. Breezy at times with dull or cloudy conditions.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann for Monday morning is that a few patches of mist will form towards dawn with frost developing in places. Frost and mist patches will clear in the morning to leave a mostly dry and bright day on Monday with variable cloud amounts and some sunshine. The odd spot of drizzle may affect some western counties during the afternoon and evening. Afternoon highs of 7 to 10 degrees. Light variable breezes, will become light to moderate southerly by evening.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann for Monday night is that it will be mostly dry with some clear spells in the east, but cloudy further west with patchy rain or drizzle. Southerly winds will increase moderate to fresh but strong along Atlantic coastal fringes. Lowest temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees with some patches of mist in the east and north.
The weather forecast says that Tuesday will be mostly dull or cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle in the west at first spreading further eastwards during the afternoon. Turning milder than of late with top temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees in moderate to fresh southerly breezes. Tuesday night will be cloudy and misty with further outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Frost free as lowest temperatures fall no lower than 6 to 8 degrees in moderate southerly winds.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann for Wednesday is that it will be mostly dry with some bright or sunny spells but staying dull and cloudy with patchy drizzle or drizzle in the south and west. Top temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in a fresh southerly breeze. Largely dry overnight and frost free with lowest temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann says that Thursday will be mostly dry with some sunny spells. Top temperatures still remaining at 9 to 12 degrees in moderate to fresh southerly winds. Friday will start mostly dry but outbreaks of rain are likely to push into the west and spread eastwards later.