Fog to clear for dry day with hazy sunshine

Weather update from Met Éireann

Turning colder later this week with some possible frost and fog at times too. So says the latest weather bulletin from Met Éireann.

On Tuesday morning, any overnight mist and fog will tend to clear. Otherwise, it will be generally dry with hazy sunshine and just light southeast or variable breezes. Cool with highest temperatures of 6 degrees in the north to 10 degrees in the south. Turning cloudier in the far southwest with some rain developing by evening.

A yellow fog warning is in place this morning for counties in Northern Ireland.

Scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle will move in across the country tonight, though parts of the east will stay dry. Mist and fog patches too, in mostly moderate southeast winds. Lowest temperatures of 2 to 7 degrees, coldest in the northeast and east with some possible frost.

Scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle will persist into Wednesday day, along with some mist and fog patches. Drying up from the south later though with some sunny spells. Highest temperatures 8 to 11 degrees, in mostly moderate southeast winds.

Overall dry on Wednesday night under broken cloud, though patches of mist and drizzle will occur too, in particular early on. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees in moderate southerly winds.

Most areas will be fully dry with sunny spells on Thursday and Friday, however a few showers will feed into east and southeast counties. Highest temperatures of 8 to 10 degrees generally, in light to moderate southeast breezes.

Some uncertainty around this weekend's weather. However, current indications suggest there will be cloudy outbreaks of rain and drizzle, especially during Saturday. Southerly winds will gradually back easterly, and will no more than moderate in strength. Becoming colder with highest temperatures of just 4 to 7 degrees.