Irish Summer

Heading out today? Bring a brolly

There’ll be heavy and prolonged showers in many areas.

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AFTER OUR SPELL of nice weather, normal rain service has resumed in recent days.

Many parts of the country also woke up to fog today.

Here’s the rainfall radar over Ireland this morning:


Met Éireann has said this morning will be “mostly cloudy with a lot of dry weather”.

However, there’ll be heavy and prolonged showers in the east and northwest. These will become widespread this afternoon, and will merge into longer spells of rain with isolated thunderstorms.

It’ll be a little cooler than yesterday, with maximum temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees.

There’ll be showers or longer spells of rain tonight, but it’ll become drier towards dawn. Temperatures will dip to 10 or 11 degrees.

Tomorrow will start mainly dry with some sunshine. Showers will develop once again during the day and some will be heavy and frequent, particularly in the south.

Met Éireann said the showers will be mostly light and isolated in other parts of the country. Highest temperatures will reach 16 to 18 degrees.

Read: Ever wondered about foghorns? This should clear things up

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