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Dublin Weather: Rainy Days Ahead: Irish Weather Forecast for the Coming Days


The weather in Ireland is expected to be rather wet over the next few days. However, there is good news for residents as the temperatures are expected to reach between 12 and 15 degrees Celsius.

Met Eireann has predicted a generally cloudy morning, with a possibility of the occasional spot of light rain or drizzle early on. But the afternoon is expected to be dry and see some sunshine, with moderate to fresh southerly winds.

On Valentine’s Day, the evening will start mostly cloudy, but will have a dry start. However, Met Eireann predicts rain will spread from the west later in the night, with the lowest temperatures reaching between 4 to 7 degrees in moderate southwest winds.

On Wednesday morning, rain is expected to clear quickly into the Irish Sea, leaving it bright and fresh for a time, with sunny spells and a few showers. This won’t last for long, and a further spell of rain is predicted to move in by the evening. Temperatures will reach up to 9 and 11 degrees in moderate to fresh southwest winds.

Met Eireann’s national outlook suggests the rest of the week is expected to be rather unsettled, but turning drier and calmer later in the weekend. Here’s what else they have said:

Wednesday Night

Outbreaks of rain, heavy in places, will be spotted across much of the country on Wednesday night. The sky will clear for most of the country by Thursday morning, and the lowest temperatures will be 3 to 8 degrees, the coldest being later in the night across the country’s northern half.


Thursday morning is predicted to be generally dry, but with a fair amount of cloud. Rain will develop in the west and northwest during the afternoon, spreading to most of the country by evening. Temperatures will reach up to 12 degrees, although they might be milder in the south.

Light southwest winds will strengthen later in the day, with gales developing in Atlantic sea areas. The evening will be mild and windy, with scattered outbreaks of rain or drizzle. Temperatures will be as low as 8 degrees in strong and gusty west to southwest winds, along with gales on Atlantic coasts.


Winds are expected to abate on Friday morning. It will be a rather cloudy day with patchy rain in the south extending across much of the country during the afternoon. Highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees are predicted in fresh and gusty southwest winds. There will be scattered outbreaks of rain overnight, with lowest temperatures of 7 to 11 degrees in a moderate to fresh west or southwest breeze.


There is some uncertainty in the forecast for the weekend, but current indications suggest that Saturday will be rather cloudy with patchy rain or drizzle. High pressure is expected to build over Ireland on Sunday, bringing lots of dry weather and some sunshine too.