Dry overnight, with any remaining patches of mist and low cloud tending to clear. Light winds, with the lowest temperature 10 Celsius.
Tomorrow will then be a fine and dry day with good spells of sunshine, light winds and temperatures will rise to a very pleasant 17 or 18 Celsius.
Staying dry on Tuesday with some brightness or hazy sunshine, then dry for much of Wednesday before rain arrives later in the day.
7:11pm TodayWeather forecast updated as of 24 September 2017 10:49pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
A frontal trough over the east of the Irish Sea at first will move slowly away eastwards, as a ridge of high pressure builds across the area.
Variable or between North and Northwest 2 or 3, becoming Variable 2 or less later tomorrow.
State of Sea
Smooth or slight.
Outbreaks of rain and drizzle with mist patches at first, these mainly in the east of the area, but clearing later in the night or at first tomorrow.
Good, falling moderate or poor in rain, drizzle and mist patches at first.
Outlook for the following 24 hours
Variable 2 or less, settling South or Southeast 3 or 4 overnight, then increasing 4 or 5 later on Tuesday morning or afternoon.
State of Sea
Smooth or slight, gradually becoming slight or moderate.
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 24 September 2017 11:11pm
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