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Heavy showers expected today, but things are looking up tomorrow

There’s also a risk of thunder this afternoon.

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TODAY’S WEATHER OUTLOOK isn’t great, but things are looking a bit better for the rest of the week.

Met Éireann has said there’ll be heavy showers in the west today, becoming widespread during the morning. There’ll also be a risk of thunder in the south in the afternoon.

However, there will be some sunny spells too. Highest temperatures will range from 14 to 17 degrees, with light to moderate northerly winds.

Showers will become isolated later and many places will have a dry and clear night. Lowest temperatures will range from eight to 10 degrees.

Tomorrow will be mainly dry with sunny spells. Temperatures will range from 16 degrees in the north to 20 degrees in the south, while winds are expected to remain moderate and north to northwest in direction.

rain Met Éireann's rainfall radar Source:

Tomorrow night will continue to be mainly dry with clear skies, although cloud will thicken as we move into Thursday morning. Lowest temperatures will range from seven to nine degrees.

Thursday will be mainly dry with sunny spells and light winds. Temperatures will range from 15 degrees in the northwest to 19 degrees in the south and east. Light southwest winds will start to freshen from mid-afternoon and cloud will start to thicken in the northwest.

There’ll be rain in the northwest in the evening and this will spread overnight, pushing south and east. Overnight temperatures will be between 12 and 14 degrees.

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