Regional Forecast - Ireland

Forecast updated Wednesday 21st August 2019

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ULSTER

WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2019

A spell of wet and windy weather will effect Ireland on Wednesday moving of the Atlantic over the later stage of the morning moving eastwards across Ireland over Wednesday afternoon. Across the west and northwest of Ireland rainfall will be heaviest with 20mm+ possibly falling across Atlantic coastal areas with the highest amount across higher ground areas. There will also be the risk of some spot flooding in these areas on Wednesday. Winds will also become strong and southwesterly in direction. Temperatures will range between 16C to 19C.

Rain will clear eastwards across Ireland quickly on Wednesday afternoon and evening with dry and clear conditions developing for many areas with the odd patch of mist or drizzle possible. Winds will ease a little and become moderate and veer to a more southerly position.

THURSDAY 22ND AUGUST 2019

Thursday will be a mainly cloudy day everywhere with showers occurring across the west and north elsewhere it will be dry with some sunny spells possible across the south and east of Ireland but overall mainly cloudy for all. Temperatures on Thursday will range between 17C to 22C.

Becoming clear for many areas on Thursday night with some clear spells, There will be still some showers across the west and north overnight.

FRIDAY 23RD AUGUST 2019

On Friday high pressure will start to build from the south with warm conditions for Friday with temperatures rising to 25C with lows around 18C, Warmest temperatures will be inland on Friday away from coastal parts. Friday will see some bright and sunny spells to over the day but sunshine will tend to be hazy, the day will be dry nice and warm.

SATURDAY 24TH AUGUST 2019

Saturday high pressure will sit over Ireland giving a lot of dry weather across Ireland with some sunshine to which could be hazy at times. Temperatures on Saturday will range between 19C to 25C. On Saturday afternoon there will be the risk of some light showers these mainly across Ulster but these not doing much harm.


CONNACHT

WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2019

A spell of wet and windy weather will effect Ireland on Wednesday moving of the Atlantic over the later stage of the morning moving eastwards across Ireland over Wednesday afternoon. Across the west and northwest of Ireland rainfall will be heaviest with 20mm+ possibly falling across Atlantic coastal areas with the highest amount across higher ground areas. There will also be the risk of some spot flooding in these areas on Wednesday. Winds will also become strong and southwesterly in direction. Temperatures will range between 16C to 19C.

Rain will clear eastwards across Ireland quickly on Wednesday afternoon and evening with dry and clear conditions developing for many areas with the odd patch of mist or drizzle possible. Winds will ease a little and become moderate and veer to a more southerly position.

THURSDAY 22ND AUGUST 2019

Thursday will be a mainly cloudy day everywhere with showers occurring across the west and north elsewhere it will be dry with some sunny spells possible across the south and east of Ireland but overall mainly cloudy for all. Temperatures on Thursday will range between 17C to 22C.

Becoming clear for many areas on Thursday night with some clear spells, There will be still some showers across the west and north overnight.

FRIDAY 23RD AUGUST 2019

On Friday high pressure will start to build from the south with warm conditions for Friday with temperatures rising to 25C with lows around 18C, Warmest temperatures will be inland on Friday away from coastal parts. Friday will see some bright and sunny spells to over the day but sunshine will tend to be hazy, the day will be dry nice and warm.

SATURDAY 24TH AUGUST 2019

Saturday high pressure will sit over Ireland giving a lot of dry weather across Ireland with some sunshine to which could be hazy at times. Temperatures on Saturday will range between 19C to 25C. On Saturday afternoon there will be the risk of some light showers these mainly across Ulster but these not doing much harm.

MUNSTER

WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2019

A spell of wet and windy weather will effect Ireland on Wednesday moving of the Atlantic over the later stage of the morning moving eastwards across Ireland over Wednesday afternoon. Across the west and northwest of Ireland rainfall will be heaviest with 20mm+ possibly falling across Atlantic coastal areas with the highest amount across higher ground areas. There will also be the risk of some spot flooding in these areas on Wednesday. Winds will also become strong and southwesterly in direction. Temperatures will range between 16C to 19C.

Rain will clear eastwards across Ireland quickly on Wednesday afternoon and evening with dry and clear conditions developing for many areas with the odd patch of mist or drizzle possible. Winds will ease a little and become moderate and veer to a more southerly position.

THURSDAY 22ND AUGUST 2019

Thursday will be a mainly cloudy day everywhere with showers occurring across the west and north elsewhere it will be dry with some sunny spells possible across the south and east of Ireland but overall mainly cloudy for all. Temperatures on Thursday will range between 17C to 22C.

Becoming clear for many areas on Thursday night with some clear spells, There will be still some showers across the west and north overnight.

FRIDAY 23RD AUGUST 2019

On Friday high pressure will start to build from the south with warm conditions for Friday with temperatures rising to 25C with lows around 18C, Warmest temperatures will be inland on Friday away from coastal parts. Friday will see some bright and sunny spells to over the day but sunshine will tend to be hazy, the day will be dry nice and warm.

SATURDAY 24TH AUGUST 2019

Saturday high pressure will sit over Ireland giving a lot of dry weather across Ireland with some sunshine to which could be hazy at times. Temperatures on Saturday will range between 19C to 25C. On Saturday afternoon there will be the risk of some light showers these mainly across Ulster but these not doing much harm.


LEINSTER

WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2019

A spell of wet and windy weather will effect Ireland on Wednesday moving of the Atlantic over the later stage of the morning moving eastwards across Ireland over Wednesday afternoon. Across the west and northwest of Ireland rainfall will be heaviest with 20mm+ possibly falling across Atlantic coastal areas with the highest amount across higher ground areas. There will also be the risk of some spot flooding in these areas on Wednesday. Winds will also become strong and southwesterly in direction. Temperatures will range between 16C to 19C.

Rain will clear eastwards across Ireland quickly on Wednesday afternoon and evening with dry and clear conditions developing for many areas with the odd patch of mist or drizzle possible. Winds will ease a little and become moderate and veer to a more southerly position.

THURSDAY 22ND AUGUST 2019

Thursday will be a mainly cloudy day everywhere with showers occurring across the west and north elsewhere it will be dry with some sunny spells possible across the south and east of Ireland but overall mainly cloudy for all. Temperatures on Thursday will range between 17C to 22C.

Becoming clear for many areas on Thursday night with some clear spells, There will be still some showers across the west and north overnight.

FRIDAY 23RD AUGUST 2019

On Friday high pressure will start to build from the south with warm conditions for Friday with temperatures rising to 25C with lows around 18C, Warmest temperatures will be inland on Friday away from coastal parts. Friday will see some bright and sunny spells to over the day but sunshine will tend to be hazy, the day will be dry nice and warm.

SATURDAY 24TH AUGUST 2019

Saturday high pressure will sit over Ireland giving a lot of dry weather across Ireland with some sunshine to which could be hazy at times. Temperatures on Saturday will range between 19C to 25C. On Saturday afternoon there will be the risk of some light showers these mainly across Ulster but these not doing much harm.



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