Farm Ireland

Thursday 23 November 2017



Very mild and mostly dry. The northern half of the country will be mostly cloudy, with some rain and drizzle, mainly in northwest and northern coastal areas. Some sunny intervals will develop further south in Munster and the southern half of Leinster. Maximum temperatures 13-17C. Rain will become persistent and heavier tonight in western and north-western coastal areas.


Mostly cloudy, with a band of rain and drizzle moving down from the north-west and north, but becoming very patchy in the south. Brighter and mainly dry conditions will follow, with just a few isolated showers. It will turn cooler, in light north-westerly winds.


Mostly dry and settled, with some sunny spells and light, occasionally moderate, easterly winds. Quite cool, with maximum temperatures of 10-13C.


Dry in many parts with some sunny spells but some showers likely in parts of the south and west. There will be moderate easterly winds during the day, with temperatures reaching 12-15C.

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Mainly dry over the weekend with light winds and sunny spells. Temperatures will vary with cloud cover but it will be reasonably mild for the time of year, with values around 13-16C.

Nights cold with some grass frost forming.

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