According to Met Éireann, Friday will be mainly dry and bright, with some scattered showers in the north and northwest. Temperatures will reach highs of 17°C to 20°C, but will be slightly cooler along coastal counties.


Scattered showers could turn possibly heavy, although temperatures will remain warm, with maximums reaching 21°C.

However, temperatures will be cooler in the north and northwest.

It will be mainly dry overnight, with patches of rain and colder in the north of the country.


Mainly dry with some sunny spells and some isolated showers. Temperatures cooler in the north and reaching a high of 13°C for the rest of the country.

Possible risk of frost overnight, with temperatures dipping to -1°C in places.

Management notes

  • Tillage management: better growing conditions further south.
  • Sheep management: grass supplies, nematodirus and greater dipping options.
  • Beef management: the grass battle, BEEP-S applications and TB testing changes.
  • Dairy management: grass growth, breeding cows and rearing calves.
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