It will be mostly cloudy and misty on Monday morning, according to Met Éireann with patches of drizzle and some hill and coastal fog.
Drier and somewhat brighter conditions are to develop in the afternoon and evening, with sunny breaks occurring.
It is forecast to become warm with highest temperatures ranging 16°C to 19°C, in mostly light southwest or variable breezes.
In the newsA proposed ban on spreading slurry with a splash plate, as well as a ban on the use of straight urea fertiliser, are “likely” to be included as DAERA proposals in an upcoming consultation.MEP Mairead McGuinness has said she would like to see an impact assessment on some of the proposals for the next Common Agricultural Policy, particularly around capping of payments. After a rocky few weeks LacPatrick Dairies took home an export gong at the 2018 Made in Northern Ireland awards.After meeting the French and German agriculture ministers this week, Minister Creed said that they had "a shared concern about the adequacy of the CAP budget".
What’s on todayGalway IFA county executive meeting- 8.30pm IFA Wexford county executive meeting- 8.30pmBPS Clinic department offices Farnham Road Cavan- 9.30- 5.30
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