Daily weather forecast update

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  1. johndeere6920s

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    17 April 2014 05:00

    Today
    Thursday will be largely dry apart from some scattered outbreaks of rain in the morning and afternoon in parts of the west and the north. Some mist patches will linger for a time this morning, and apart from a few bright spells it will be generally cloudy today. A fresher day with highs of 10 to 14 degrees, but southern coasts may reach 15 degrees, with the best of any sunshine. Winds will be moderate and from the northwest, with the cooler temperatures in the north and west.

    Tonight

    Dry overnight with some clear spells developing in parts of the north and east. It will stay cloudier and a little milder tonight in western and southern areas. Lowest temperatures of 2 to 6 degrees with some grass frost likely in parts of Ulster and north Leinster. Some mist patches will form in the slack winds.



    Tomorrow

    The mainly dry and settled weather will continue on Friday, with some bright spells developing. Highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees in light variable winds.

    Outlook

    Friday night will remain dry with just a few spots of drizzle along western coasts. Quite cool with temperatures falling to between 1 and 4 degrees. In the light winds mist and fog patches will form as well as some grass frost.

    A cool start to Saturday but it will be a largely dry day with perhaps some very light showers along parts of the west coast. Highs will range from 11 to 14 degrees, but eastern and southern coastal counties will feel cooler in the easterly breeze. Dry overnight with clear skies and temperatures falling to near zero degrees, with more mist and grass frost likely.

    A dry, chilly start to Easter Sunday but later in the afternoon and in the evening outbreaks of rain will move into parts of Leinster. Elsewhere it will remain dry but will become cloudy. Highs of 11 to 15 degrees in moderate northerly winds. The rain will affect much of Leinster and east Ulster overnight. It will be much milder though with lows of 6 to 8 degrees.

    Monday will have a mix of patchy rain and drizzle in southern coastal counties and also in parts of Ulster. Elsewhere in the country it will be drier with some bright spells. Highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees.

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  2. johndeere6920s

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    21 April 2014 07:28

    Today
    Breezy and fairly cloudy today, but some bright or sunny spells will develop. Rain in the southwest for a time, but mainly dry elsewhere, with just scattered showers. Top temperatures of 11 to 16 C., in fresh and gusty easterly winds.

    Tonight

    Breezy tonight with fresh easterly winds. Some dry clear spells, but some cloudy periods too, with occasional heavy showers developing. A few thundery ones are possible also. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 C.



    Tomorrow

    Some bright or sunny spells on Tuesday, but cloudy periods also, with further showers. These are likely to become widespread and heavy in the afternoon and will continue in places through the evening, with a few thundery downpours. Highs on Tuesday of 12 to 15 C., in mainly moderate southeasterly breezes.

    Outlook

    General : Mild but showery this week. Some of the showers heavy with a risk of thunder. But some periods of fair weather at times too.

    Mild and mostly cloudy on Tuesday night, with rain or showers. Some of the rain will be heavy over parts of Munster and south Leinster. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 C., in moderate to fresh southeasterly breezes.
    Breezy and fairly cloudy for a time on Wednesday morning with spells of rain, heavy at times. But it will turn brighter and more showery, from the south, by afternoon. Some sunny spells will develop, but the showers will turn heavy and locally thundery. Top temperatures 13 to 15 C., in moderate to fresh southeast winds veering more southerly later. Cool overnight with clear spells and scattered showers. Lowest temperatures 2 to 5 C., with possibly a slight grass frost in places.
    Thursday looks like being a bright day, with sunny spells and showers. The showers will become heavy and fairly widespread during the afternoon and there could well be a few thundery bursts of rain at times. Highs of 12 to 15 C., are expected in moderate southerly breezes.
    At this stage, it looks as if Friday could remain mostly dry and bright with sunny spells and with just well scattered showers. But there is a risk that the showers could become widespread and heavy. Highs in the low to mid teens also.

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  3. johndeere6920s

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    22 April 2014 07:42

    Today
    Misty or hazy in places today and rather cloudy, but some hazy sunny spells in places.
    Isolated showers this morning will become more widespread this afternoon, some will be heavy with the risk of isolated thunderstorms. Highest temperatures will range 12 to 16 degrees, coolest on east and south facing coasts due to a light or moderate east to southeast breeze.

    Tonight

    Showers will die away in many places this evening but cloud will thicken in the southwest with persistent rain developing here by early tonight and spreading northwards overnight, turning heavy in places. Misty with low cloud and fog on hills. Overnight lows of 7 to 9 degrees. Drier clearer condition with scattered showers across the southwest before dawn



    Tomorrow

    Rain will extend to remaining northern and northeastern areas Wednesday morning, while the brighter more showery conditions in Munster extended northwards, with the rain becoming confined to Ulster by afternoon and in turn becoming more showery there through the afternoon. Some heavy showers in places Wednesday afternoon with the risk of isolated thunderstorms.
    Top temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees in moderate south veering southwest breezes

    Outlook

    General : Mild but more unsettled than of late , generally showery but some periods of fair weather at times too.

    Wednesday Night: Cool on Wednesday night and becoming dry in many places with clear periods, but some showers will continue near western coasts. Overnight lows of 2 to 5 degrees, slight grass frost in rural areas.

    Thursday : Looks like being a bright day, with sunny spells, but April showers will break out by afternoon and some could be heavy, even a slight risk of thunder in places. Highs of 11 to 15 C., are expected in moderate southerly breezes. Rain will spread into southwestern areas on Thursday night.

    Friday: Looks like being rather cloudy with showery rain in places especially through the southern half of the country, where some heavy or possibly thundery outbreaks are possible. Highs of 11 to 16 degrees in light or moderate southeast breezes.

    Weekend: There is some uncertainty regarding the weekend, but indications suggest cool conditions with fairly widespread rain for a time on Saturday, turning brighter and more showery later on Saturday and for Sunday and milder with sunny spells developing and afternoon temperatures in the mid teens on Sunday.

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    23 April 2014 04:51

    Today
    Today will start with outbreaks of heavy or persistent rain in many areas slowly clearing away northwards through the morning or early afternoon. Clearer weather with sunny intervals broken up with showers will follow from the south, some of the showers coming with a risk of isolated thunderstorms during the afternoon. Winds will remain light or moderate, southeast to south and temperatures will rise to between 13 and 16 degrees.

    Tonight

    Tonight showers will mainly die out and long clear spells will develop. Temperatures will fall to between 3 and 5 degrees with light, mostly southerly winds.



    Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, Thursday, will be mainly dry with sunshine and just isolated showers. Temperatures between 12 and 15 degrees with light to moderate southerly winds becoming mainly easterly later.

    Outlook

    Thursday night will continue mainly dry and with clear periods so again it's expected to turn cold overnight, temperatures down to between 3 and 6 degrees. Winds are expected to be mainly light and still from the east or southeast direction. However, a weather system is expected to track near the southwest and it will bring cloud and rain to west Munster overnight.

    After a largely dry start Friday will turn rather cloudy with the showery rain from the southwest becoming widespread across the country. Later in the day the rain will turn heavy and possibly thundery in the south and southwest. Temperatures during Friday will reach between 12 and 15 degrees as winds increase moderate to fresh from the southeast. Temperatures down again overnight to between 3 and 6 degrees as the heavy rain pushes northwards.

    There'll be rain or showers then to start on Saturday but it will brighten up with sunny spells interrupted by scattered showers through the day. Winds still mainly southeasterly and temperatures around normal for the time of year. The showers should die out overnight.

    Sunday will start out dry and bright but showers will develop again in the afternoon, some of those heavy. The winds are expected to turn more northerly in direction and a spell of persistent rain is expected to develop from the north overnight.

    The further outlook in to the early days of next week is for a spell of cold but still unsettled conditions as the winds become northerly for a time.

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  5. johndeere6920s

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    Today
    Today will be mainly dry with good sunny spells. However, isolated showers will develop and some could turn heavy in the west but also along the east coast. Top temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees, mildest across the midlands, but cooler along the south and southeast in light to moderate southerly breezes.

    Tonight

    Tonight will continue mainly dry and with clear spells. Showery rain will affect the southwest and west later in the night. Lowest temperatures fall to between 3 and 6 degrees. Winds will be mainly light east to southeasterly but moderate to fresh in the southwest.



    Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, Friday will start mainly dry with good sunny spells, but isolated showers will affect mainly the west. It will gradually become cloudier and heavy rain will push into the southwest late afternoon and evening. Top temperatures will reach between 11 and 16 degrees, coolest in the southwest and southeasterly winds increase moderate to fresh but strong later in the southwest.

    Outlook

    The outlook is for unsettled weather with windy and wet weather on Friday night and Saturday clearing to showers later. Mild with scattered showers early in the week but turning cooler mid-week.

    Friday night the heavy rain in the southwest will spread country wide. It will also become windy with fresh to occasionally strong east to southeasterly winds. Lowest temperatures will stay around 6 to 8 degrees.

    Saturday will be breezy with outbreaks of showery rain, heavy for a time but also with some sunny periods as well and clearing to isolated showers by evening. Top temperatures will be between 11 and 14 degrees, coolest in the south and east in the moderate to fresh easterly breeze.

    Saturday night will be mainly dry with good clear spells and light east to northeasterly winds.

    Sunday will be mostly dry with scattered showers and sunny spells. Winds continue light east to northeasterly. Temperatures will be close to normal for the time of year with 12 to 15 degrees.

    Monday will start mainly dry but heavy showers are likely to develop later in the day with top temperatures reaching between 13 and 16 possibly 17 degrees. Tuesday will be mainly dry but cloudier with hazy sunshine. Turning cooler and drier towards midweek as high pressure is building from the north

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    25 April 2014 06:38

    Today
    Mist or fog patches will clear inland to give some bright or sunny spells, though it will stay misty near some Eastern coasts. A lot of dry weather this morning apart from some heavy or thundery showers in places. A band of heavy possibly thundery rain accompanied by strong to gale force Southeast winds will move into Munster this afternoon and will spread into parts of Connacht and Leinster during the evening.
    Highest temperatures 13 to 16 degrees, mildest in the Midlands and Northwest.

    Tonight

    Tonight, the band of heavy rain will move to Northern parts with squally showers following to the South and Southwest. Windy with lowest temperatures 5 to 8 degrees.



    Tomorrow

    Tomorrow will bring showery outbreaks of rain, heavy in places, but it will become drier over Ulster in the afternoon.
    Cooler with highest temperatures 12 o 14 degrees and windy, especially in the South.

    Outlook

    Saturday night will bring further spells of rain, especially to Southern and Eastern parts with drier conditions likely in the far North and Northwest.

    Sunday will bring scattered outbreaks of rain to Eastern and Southern parts, though the rain won't be as heavy as on previous days, and much of the North and Northwest of the country should be drier with just a few showers. Some bright or sunny spells will develop and temperatures will reach 14 to 17 degrees, warmest in the Northwest.

    Sunday night will be mainly dry with very little wind and some mist and fog patches forming.

    Monday will brighten up with sunny spells and many areas will be dry, though there will be a few showers. It will turn into a warm day with highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees and light winds.

    It looks like turning cloudier over the next couple of days with some rain at times though it will still be reasonably mild.

    Cooler conditions look likely later in the week.

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  7. johndeere6920s

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    29 April 2014 05:12

    Today
    Today will be mostly dry. Any fog will lift during the morning and sunny spells will develop widely, though it will stay rather cloudy in the northwest and north. Later in the day, a few isolated showers will develop, and light rain or drizzle will reach the southwest during the evening. Fairly warm in many areas with highest temperatures between 15 and 18 degrees, but cooler in southern and eastern coastal areas with highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees. Winds will be mostly light, southeast.

    Tonight

    Tonight will be dry in many areas as well, but outbreaks of rain in the southwest will spread to other parts of Munster and Connacht during the night. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees. Winds will stay mainly light and southerly.



    Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, Wednesday will start mainly dry in the east and north with some sunshine. However, outbreaks of rain in the west and south will spread across Leinster and Ulster during Wednesday afternoon. A clearance to sunshine and showers will follow over Munster and Connacht. Highest temperatures of 12 to 16 degrees, coolest in the southeast, in light to moderate southerly winds.

    Outlook

    Wednesday night: Heavy showers will become lighter and more isolated as the night goes on. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees.

    Thursday: Showery conditions will persist, with an ongoing risk of heavy, thundery showers in the afternoon and evening, but there will be sunny intervals as well. Winds will probably be no more than moderate, from variable directions. Thursday night will be cooler than previous nights and it will become mainly dry.

    Friday is looking dry with a mix of cloudy periods and some sunshine. Daytime temperatures will be a little below normal for early May but it will feel pleasant due to winds becoming light and variable. Some rain is possible over western parts on Friday night.

    Saturday will probably be a mainly dry day but with a good deal of cloud and still rather cool.

    There are indications that mainly dry, settled weather will develop for Sunday and early next week, with gradual rising temperatures and increasing amounts of sunshine.

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  8. johndeere6920s

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    Today
    Mainly dry at first in the midlands, north and east, with any mist or fog patches clearing, but outbreaks of showery rain in many parts of Munster and Connacht will spread gradually eastwards today, with the risk of some heavy and thundery bursts in the western half of the country, but rain will be more patchy in the east and northeast. Maximum temperatures 13 to 16 Celsius, in a light to moderate southeasterly breeze.

    Tonight

    Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with occasional outbreaks of showery rain. Mist and fog patches also. Minimum temperatures 7 to 9 Celsius, with little or no wind.



    Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, Thursday, will have some bright spells, but it will be mostly cloudy, with occasional showers in most areas, some of them heavy and possibly prolonged in places, with a risk of thundery downpours. Maximum temperatures 12 to 16 Celsius, with light variable breezes.

    Outlook

    Headline : Mostly dry for Friday and the weekend, but cloudy at times, with a little patchy rain or drizzle.

    Thursday night : Many areas will become dry, but some patchy rain will occur, mainly in parts of the north and east. Mist and fog patches also. Min. 4 to 7 Celsius.

    Friday : Mainly dry, with bright or sunny spells, but a few scattered showers will occur. Cool, with max. temperatures of 12 to 16 Celsius, coolest in the east and north. Winds light easterly or variable.

    Saturday : Most areas dry, with bright spells, especially in the east and southeast, but cloudy in many areas, with a little patchy rain or drizzle, mainly in Atlantic coastal counties. Max. 13 to 16 Celsius, with light to moderate southerly breezes.

    Sunday : Not much change. Most areas dry, with bright or sunny spells, but cloudy in many areas, with a little patchy rain or drizzle, mainly in parts of the west and north. Max. 13 to 16 Celsius, with moderate southerly winds.

    Further outlook : The outlook for next week is uncertain, but early indications suggest that it will be unsettled overall, with some showers, or longer spells of rain at times, but with bright or sunny spells also and around normal temperatures.

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    Today
    Scattered showers this afternoon. These will mainly affect Ulster and Leinster and east Connacht and some will be heavy. They'll be isolated elsewhere. They'll become confined to the northeast later this evening. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees with light to moderate northwest breezes.

    Tonight

    Much of tonight will be dry. There'll be clear spells at first. However, cloud will built from the west with rain or drizzle developing Atlantic coastal counties later in the night. Lowest temperatures 5 to 8 degrees.



    Tomorrow

    Wednesday morning will mostly cloudy with outbreaks rain or drizzle spreading eastwards. The rain and drizzle will mainly affect the northern half of the country. It will be light and patchy further south. Bright or sunny spells will follow from the west through the afternoon and evening. Milder with highest of 14 to 17 degrees and moderate southwest breezes.

    Outlook

    Headline: Settled and mild weather for most of the week.

    Wednesday night will be mostly dry with some clear spells developing. Southwesterly winds will be light and lowest temperatures will be 6 to 9 degrees with mist or fog patches.

    Thursday will be mainly dry with some sunny spells but staying cloudier in the north and northwest. It will be mild with temperatures reaching 15 to 18 degrees in a light southwesterly breeze.

    Friday will continue mild and mainly dry but with occasional rain or drizzle in the northwest. Top temperatures 15 to 19, possibly 20 degrees in light westerly winds.

    Saturday will probably still be mainly dry but rain or drizzle is likely to affect the northern half of the country for a time. Temperatures still in the mid to high teens in light southwesterly winds.

    The settled weather will then gradually turn unsettled again and not as mild

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  10. johndeere6920s

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    Today
    A rather cloudy day generally but brighter with sunny spells in western counties. Heavy showers with isolated thunderstorms will develop this afternoon, mainly affecting the midlands and east and will continue through the evening. Highest temperatures 12 to 16 degrees with mainly light northerly winds.

    Tonight

    Early tonight, showers will die out and clear spells will slowly develop. There will be little or no wind, and mist will thicken to fog in places as the night goes on. Lowest temperatures 5 to 8 degrees.



    Tomorrow

    Fog will clear on Monday morning, and it will be dry and bright for a time in many places. However, cloud will build up and scattered showers will break out by afternoon. The heaviest of the showers will occur well inland and isolated thunderstorms are likely to break out occasionally once again. Moderate, sea breezes developing near coasts, otherwise winds staying light and variable. Highest temperatures 13 to 17 degrees.

    Outlook

    Monday night will be dry with clear spells and mostly calm conditions; it will be rather cool, and fog will form inland. Fog will clear early on Tuesday morning and cloud will build up to produce scattered showers for the afternoon and evening. In east Ulster, more prolonged rain may develop for a time during the day. Winds will become light to moderate, northerly and temperatures will be a little above normal in most places. Showers will tend to die out on Tuesday night but much of Ulster and parts of north Leinster are likely to have outbreaks of rain as the night goes on.

    Wednesday will see rain spreading westwards across the country to affect most areas. North to northwest winds will freshen also, so temperatures will barely reach normal values during the day. Rain will ease off in many places during Wednesday night but is unlikely to die out. Thursday will see rain giving way to widespread showers, some of which are likely to be heavy and possibly thundery. Winds will be light and variable and temperatures will be near normal. Showers will slowly die out on Thursday night but mist or fog patches are likely to form.

    Some showers are likely to develop again on Friday morning but many place will have a dry day. The outlook for next weekend is uncertain at present

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  11. Pippa

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    I am wondering how the country has faired out with the washout met eireann has given. From looking at the rainfall radar on their website this morning it looks as if cork, tipperary and generally the east of the country got some very heavy showers. Limerick and the west looks to have escaped the worst of it.

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    We escaped it here anyway in my part of Limerick .


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    Lot of very heavy showers early morning here and more on the way, can't see any silage work before Thursday at the soonest.
     
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    Very heavy showers last night and all this morning in Waterford and Kilkenny. One particular one around 9 o'clock was a deluge. The ground has gotten very soft again, we split and moved bullocks yesterday which were heavily stocked to hopefully stop them from reddening the place they're in.


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  15. bruceythom

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    Fierce rain in the bustling metropolis of North Laois last night, was meant to be at silage on the side of the mountain today, think we may leave that job for a while now. Next job is next a Bog :rolleyes:

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    There fair showers going down here now.
     
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    it fell here in biblical proportions yesterday, i seen a flood in the yard that i never seen rise as far.
    its been dry today, but the harm is done at this stage.

    grass out over the ditches too.
     
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    Poor *******s in Stradbally!! uploadfromtaptalk1402404871521.jpg

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    We'll it's bloody raining here now :(


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    Some of the topics can be let's just say a bit close to the bone!
     
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    Oh he can be raw alright
     
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    Anyone use accuweather? I have the app on my phone and find it to be pretty good, never too far off even the long range forecast
     
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    I use accuweather app up here in Louth, sometimes spot on sometimes not! Forecasting weather is a difficult sport! I sometimes check Irish Weather On-line, its a Facebook page, just gives a general overview of the country but I find it useful.
     
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    Use it all the time. Find it great in the spring and fall of the year when deciding what fields to put cattle in or whether to let them out of the shed for a few hours. The hourly forecast gives the likelyhood in % of rain in any given hour. If the % is below 25% i let them out. Also it gives wind speed and importantly direction from which they get a field with shelter for the wind direction given.

    Met Eireann is nowhere as good as this crowd. IMO.
     

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