Ireland weather forecast: Spot flooding possible as Met Éireann forecasts patchy rain after a ‘very mild’ day

It’s going to be a mild day again today with some rays of sunshine in the morning, followed by heavy rain and possible spot flooding.

et Éireann said it was set to be stormy with outbreaks of showers in the west and south-west stretching across much of Munster and Connacht into this morning, with some “heavy falls and localized flooding possible”. Elsewhere it will be mostly dry with some spells of sunshine before rain moves further northeast through the afternoon and evening. Today it will be “very mild” with maximum temperatures of 1C3 to 17C.

Tonight’s rain will be mostly confined to eastern and northeastern counties. Elsewhere it will be drier with clear periods and only isolated showers. Tonight will be cooler than recent nights with lows of 2C to 8C and the South West will be the coldest.

Met Éireann said next week will be “very changeable” as a “mobile Atlantic regime” will bring intermittent strong winds and heavy rain, while temperatures will be “cooler” than in recent days.

The forecaster said tomorrow morning will be mostly dry with sunny spells and some scattered showers. Clouds will gather from the southwest until the afternoon. In the evening there will be occasional heavy rain showers, in the north and east it will remain dry into the night. The highest temperatures are between 9 °C and 12 °C.

Monday night will initially be wet and windy as rain moves further northeast and drier for a period before showers mainly affecting the south and west. Night temperatures drop to 2 to 6 °C.

Met Éireann said the last overnight rain will ease in the north-east on Tuesday morning, leaving a day of sunshine and long dry spells across much of the country. Stormy showers or prolonged downpours will affect the southern and western coastal districts throughout the day, while maximum temperatures will range between 8C and 11C.

Tuesday night will see long clear spells, scattered showers and lows of 0C to 4C.

The weather forecaster said Wednesday’s weather was still “uncertain” but current indications are that after sunshine and some showers earlier in the day, heavy rain will begin to move in from the south, with windy or windy conditions likely to develop. Maximum temperatures of 7 °C to 11 °C are expected.

Rain to the east gradually eases on Wednesday night, followed by more showers from the west and lows of 3 to 7 degrees.

Met Éireann said there will be good sunny spells and scattered blustery showers on Thursday. The heaviest and most frequent showers will hit the Atlantic coastal regions. Maximum temperatures of 9°C to 12°C are forecast.

“Friday will likely be a day of sunshine and showers but with long dry spells, particularly in the south and east. More rain and showers are then expected over the weekend, which will also get windy or windy at times,” Met Éireann said. Ireland weather forecast: Spot flooding possible as Met Éireann forecasts patchy rain after a ‘very mild’ day

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