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Today, much of Munster will experience a dry start with sunny spells. However, cloudy outbreaks of rain are expected to gradually move southwards throughout the afternoon and into the evening, bringing some mist along with them. Despite this, many southern counties will remain dry until later in the evening. Temperatures will be cooler than average, ranging from 13 to 16 degrees Celsius, with a mostly moderate northwesterly wind.

Tonight

The night will be damp or locally wet for a time, as rain slowly clears away southwards. Expect a few mist patches as well. Cool clear spells will follow in a light to moderate northerly breeze, with temperatures dropping to between 3 and 7 degrees Celsius.

Pollen Forecast: Moderate on Sunday and Monday.

Solar UV Index: Low to moderate on Sunday, but high during periods of sunshine. Moderate to high on Monday.

Monday, 10th June

Tomorrow will bring much brighter weather with good spells of sunshine. It will be dry, apart from a few well-scattered showers. Temperatures will rise slightly, reaching between 15 and 18 degrees Celsius, with the highest values in the southern regions. Winds will be moderate from the north to northwest.

National Outlook

Early Week Outlook: Dry conditions are expected early in the week before the weather turns more unsettled.

Monday Night: Expect dry and clear conditions apart from isolated showers along northern coasts. Temperatures will range from 3 to 9 degrees Celsius in a light northerly breeze.

Tuesday: The day will be mostly dry but with increasing cloud cover and a few scattered showers. Temperatures will range from 11 to 17 degrees Celsius, with the highest values in the south. A moderate northwest breeze will prevail. The night will be cool with clear spells.

Wednesday: Generally dry conditions will continue, though cloud cover will increase again. Temperatures will range from 12 to 17 degrees Celsius with light variable breezes. It will be dry and cool early in the night, but rain is expected to move in across much of the western half of the country later.

Thursday: The day will be cloudy or overcast with outbreaks of rain extending nationwide, sometimes turning heavy. Some sunshine may break through across the Southwest later. Temperatures will range from 12 to 17 degrees Celsius, coolest in the North and East. Southeast winds will be moderate, occasionally fresh, especially along the Irish Coast.

Further Outlook: Low pressure will bring widespread, slow-moving showers, occasionally merging into longer spells of thundery rain.