Ireland Weather Forecast – Morning, cold and frost as temperatures plummet to -2C overnight, Met Eireann says

AM, it’s cold and frosty today with temperatures set to as low as -2°C overnight.

Today will see bright, dry spells of sunshine after the dew clears this morning – ahead of a more cloudy weekend.

Highest temperature between 6°C and 9°C today


Highest temperature between 6°C and 9°C todayCredit: Ventusky
Cloudy in the coming days


Cloudy in the coming daysCredit: Ventusky

Overall, the rest of this week will be mostly dry and settled with a fair amount of clouds.

Meet Eireann This morning it will be cold, foggy in many places with showers in some places in the northeast.

“The ice will melt away leaving a mostly dry day with sunny spells.

“Clouds will gradually spread from the northwest during the day with a lone drizzle followed by the best remaining rays of sunshine across the southern half of the country.

“Highest temperatures between 6°C and 9°C with NW light or variable winds.”

Tonight is cloudy and dry, with a slight drizzle in the north.

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Temperatures are lowest between 1C and 4C but drop to -2C in parts of Munster and southern Leinster with growing frost Under the clear sky.

Tomorrow will be mostly dry, with fog and clear fog until morning. It will be cloudy over much of the country, with occasional light drizzle over the west and northwest coasts.

The best sunny weather will be along the southern regions while overall temperatures will reach between 5°C and 8°C.

Temperatures tomorrow night will drop between -1°C and 0°C in southern regions, and 1°C to 5°C elsewhere.


It will be mostly dry with cloudy skies and only patchy drizzle over some of the northern and Atlantic coasts.

Looking at Saturday, the Met Eireann said: “Much continues to be dry albeit cloudy with patches of drizzle along the Atlantic coast.

“The best sunny weather will be in the southeast. Highest temperatures are between 6 degrees Celsius and 9 degrees Celsius with mild to moderate southwesterly winds.

“Overnight, more persistent drizzle could develop along the southern and western coasts.

“Overall, lows are 1°C to 6°C but slightly cooler in parts of Leinster, with mild to moderate south-to-southwest winds becoming fresher in parts of the country. west and northwest coasts.”


Sunday will also be dry and cloudy, with occasional morning spells and light rain, with peaks of 6°C to 9°C during the day, and 1°C to 5°C overnight during the day. fog and mist.

The national forecast said: “High pressure is expected to continue to dominate our weather, bringing mostly dry conditions although there will be occasional light rain or drizzle. Change is milder. as well as the highest temperature usually ranges between 8°C and 11°C.”

High pressure will continue to dominate early next week


High pressure will continue to dominate early next weekCredit: Meteologix Ireland Weather Forecast – Morning, cold and frost as temperatures plummet to -2C overnight, Met Eireann says

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