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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Met Éireann

Last week
28th May 2023 - 3rd June 2023
# hot
Warm, dry, sunny weather set to remain for the bank holiday (and beyond)
It will be coolest in the east of the country and warmer in the west.
# Bye for now
Met Éireann's head of forecasting Evelyn Cusack is retiring today
Cusack was a familiar face on TV broadcasts for decades before moving to senior roles.
# Sunshine
Current spell of warm and settled weather to continue over June bank holiday weekend
Temperatures today and tomorrow are expected to hit as high as 25 degrees.
# Weather
Warm, dry and largely sunny weather this week, reaching up to 24 degrees most days
This weather pattern is expected to continue until the end of the week and into the June bank holiday weekend.
Last month
May 2023
# sunny days
Temperatures to go as high as 20 degrees today with sunny weekend ahead
Sunday is to be slightly cooler, before temperatures climb higher next week.
# Blue skies
Temperatures to reach as high as 22 degrees today with warm conditions to stay for weekend
Met Éireann said high pressure will continue to dominate Ireland’s weather over the next few days.
# Weather
It's set to be warm and sunny this week with temperatures of up to 20 degrees on Thursday
The pollen levels for the week are also expected to be low in every region.
# Shannon
Met Éireann's weather radar at Shannon Airport is being replaced with upgraded system
The Shannon Airport rainfall radar was forced offline several times in 2019.
# Mixed Bag
Temperatures to hit 20 degrees tomorrow as sunny spells and rain showers on the way
Tonight is due to be dry with long clear spells.
# Rainy Days
Status yellow thunderstorm warning for five counties as 'intense showers' are expected
There is a possibility of spot flooding as a result of heavy rain across Leinster this evening.
# Weather Warning
Status yellow thunderstorm warning issued for Co Wexford
The alert is in place until 5pm.
Hundreds of ESB customers remain without power following thunderstorms last night
Parts of Oldbawn, Co Dublin, and Tullow, Co Carlow may not have electricity for a few more hours.
# Mixed Bag
Thundery and rainy few days ahead with Status Yellow warning for 17 counties
Rain showers are to become widespread and heavy throughout this afternoon.
# Weather Warning
Status yellow thunderstorm warning issued for 11 counties
The alert is in place until 10pm with warnings of localised thunderstorms, as well as lightning activity with heavy downpours.
April 2023
# Met Éireann
Four seasons, one weekend: Mixed weather expected over May bank holiday
Here’s what weather to expect for this year’s May bank holiday.
# cold for april
A mild end to the weekend but temperatures set to drop below freezing tomorrow night
A widespread frost is expected overnight on Monday.
# forecast
Warm weather to continue after temperatures passed 20 degrees yesterday
Met Éireann expects today to be “another pleasant day of sunny spells”.
# Stormy Weather
Status Yellow wind warning in place for much of the country as up to 110km/h gusts expected
Met Éireann said strong to gale force northwest winds will develop across the country today.
# forecast
'Very windy' days ahead with weather warnings issued for across the country
A Status Yellow warning has also been issued for ten separate counties.
# whoosh
Status Yellow wind warning to cover six counties on Wednesday
Met Éireann is forecasting very strong winds in Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Galway and Mayo.
# Met Éireann
Weather warnings could be issued early next week
While the models can ‘chop and change’, Met Éireann says it is likely that wind warnings will be issued next week.
# Met Éireann
'Unsettled' Easter weekend ahead with sunny spells and outbreaks of rain forecast
Easter Sunday is due to be a dull day with patchy rain and drizzle in the morning.
# drenched
Met Éireann: Last month provisionally the wettest March on record
Provisional data show 173.3mm of rain fell from Irish skies last month, up from 33.9m in February.
# Mixed Bag
A dry and bright start to the week ... but wet and cold conditions on the way in coming days
Temperatures on Thursday night are forecast to drop as low as -1 degree.
March 2023
# Rainy Day
Mixed bag of weather expected this weekend with rainy conditions due today
Met Éireann are forecasting sunny weather on Sunday.
# wrap up warm
Frosty conditions on the way in some areas with temperatures to drop to -2 degrees tonight
Met Éireann says temperatures just above freezing in much of Munster and Connacht will prevent any frost development there.
# Severe weather event
Clean up efforts underway after 'freak high winds' caused havoc on Cork city street
The road remains closed to motorists but is expected to reopen soon.
# High Tide
Cork and Waterford councils issue flood warning due to high tides and heavy rain
Met Éireann has also issued a Status Yellow rain warning for Kerry until 8pm today and warned that the area will be ‘wet and windy with localised flooding’.
# Met Éireann
Rain and drizzle (and maybe some thunderstorms) expected for St Patrick's Day
The east and northeast will get the best of the dry weather today.
# paddy's day weather
Rainy bank holiday weekend ahead with 'unsettled' conditions on the way
Temperatures are expected to be generally around or above average for the time of year.
# Weather Warning
Snow and ice warning in place for five counties, with rain warning to come for parts of Munster
A Status Yellow warning for snow and ice is in place for five counties until midday.
# Weather outlook
Snow and ice warning in place until midday, with a showery St Patrick's day in store
Ulster, Connacht, and north Leinster fall under the Status Yellow warning that is in place until 12pm.
# Met Éireann
Status yellow warning for snow and ice in place for 13 counties as temperatures set to drop
The alert is in place in counties Cavan, Donegal, Longford, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Westmeath and all of Connacht.
# Treacherous
Ice warning in place for 15 counties as temperatures to drop to -5 degrees tonight
Ahead of an expected thaw tomorrow, the RSA is advising road users to remain vigilant on the roads.
Thousands without power as Status Orange snow warnings issued for most counties
Met Éireann has cautioned of hazardous driving conditions, travel disruption and poor visibility due to the weather.
# forecast
Status Yellow weather warning: Motorists urged to be cautious on the roads
The southern half of the country will see sleet and snowfall overnight.
# Chance of Snow
Snow and ice: Status Yellow warning in Cork and Kerry tonight, plus 18 more counties on Thursday
An additional warning for low temperatures and ice is in place for specific counties tonight too.
# Status Yellow
Ice warning takes effect for entire country as temperatures to drop below freezing tonight
The warning is set to last from 6pm today until 10am tomorrow.
# chilly
Temperatures to drop below freezing tonight as country takes cold plunge
Met Éireann forecasts cold conditions over the weekend and into next week.
# Cold Snap
Temperatures to drop below freezing at night next week and there may be snow showers
No major snow event is being forecast at the moment.