Today, Friday, will be dry with sunshine and scattered cloud to the southwest of the province at first. Elsewhere, it will be a cloudier day with outbreaks of rain and drizzle. The maximum temperatures will be between 16 to 18 degrees, with a light to moderate westerly breeze. Early this evening, cloud will thicken and outbreaks of rain will become more frequent.
Overnight, rain will become persistent and there will be heavy bursts too. The minimum temperatures will be between 11 and 13 degrees.
Saturday will be a dull and wet day overall. There will be heavy spells of rain with mist and fog patches too. There will be a moderate southwest breeze, fresh in coastal areas.
The maximum temperatures will be between 15 to 17 degrees. It will be cloudy and misty on Saturday night, with rain and drizzle in places. There will be fog patches, but it should dry out later. Southerly winds will veer westerly and freshen. The lowest temperatures will between 9 to 11 degrees.
On Sunday, showery rain will affect Atlantic coastal counties, but it will be mainly dry and bright elsewhere, with occasional sunny spells. The highest temperatures will be between 15 to 18 degrees, in moderate to fresh southwest to west winds. It will be dry overnight with slack breezes and misty with patches of fog. The lowest temperatures will be between 6 to 9 degrees.
Monday will see some dry, bright weather to start the day, with sunny spells, but cloudy, damp conditions are due in off the Atlantic during the second half of the day. It will also become breezy and the rain will be heavy in places.