Cloudy conditions will persist in Dublin today as the unsettled weather continues. Monday will see mostly dry weather with intermittent sunny spells throughout the day. Temperatures will reach a high of 15 to 17 degrees Celsius, accompanied by moderate westerly breezes. However, there is a chance of rain and drizzle later in the night, particularly closer to the Atlantic. Evening temperatures may drop to as low as 8 to 12 degrees nationwide.
On Tuesday, any remaining overnight rain and drizzle in the east and southeast will clear, giving way to a bright and fresh day. Sunny spells will be interspersed with scattered light showers, primarily affecting the west and north. Northwest winds will be mostly moderate, occasionally fresh near the northern and northwestern coasts. The highest temperatures will range from 15 to 18 degrees, with the warmest conditions expected in the southeast.
Wednesday will start off bright and somewhat chilly, with sunny spells for most areas. Cloud cover will gradually increase in the afternoon, particularly in the west and southwest, leading to a few scattered light showers. Nevertheless, there will still be some sunny intervals, especially in the east and north. In the evening, patchy rain and drizzle will develop in the west and southwest. The highest temperatures will range from 15 to 18 degrees, accompanied by light westerly breezes.
Thursday will begin with cloudy and wet conditions, as outbreaks of rain persist. However, as the day progresses, the rain will transition into showers. Some of these showers may be heavy and possibly accompanied by thunder. Highest temperatures will range from 17 to 20 degrees, with light to moderate southerly winds that will become variable in direction later.
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