It's set to be a mostly dry and pleasant weekend around Kildare in the coming days as a much more settled outlook is forecast in comparison to last weekend.
Cloudy and misty tonight but dry in most areas apart from a few spots of drizzle along south and southeast coasts. Some fog patches will occur also especially along southern coasts. Mild with lowest temperatures 9-11 degrees in moderate southeasterly breezes but fresh and gusty at times along Atlantic coasts.
A mostly dry day on Saturday but a few patches of mist and drizzle will occur, mainly along south and southeast coasts. Cloud will break at times to allow a few bright or sunny spells through. Top temperatures of 11-14 degrees. Southeasterly breezes mostly moderate in strength but fresh and gusty at times along Atlantic coasts.
Temperatures returning to nearer average over the weekend, with colder than average conditions developing by Tuesday. A lot of dry weather at first, but turning showery, especially in the east, next week.
Skies will clear on Saturday evening and temperatures will fall back to between to 3 and 7 degrees, with a touch of grass frost developing in a few spots. Light to moderate east to southeast breezes will be locally fresh in the southwest.
A fine and mostly sunny day for all on Sunday with just some patchy cloud affecting parts of Munster from time to time. Cooler than recent days, despite the sunshine with highs of 10-12 degrees in light to moderate mainly easterly breezes, locally fresh in the southwest. Mainly fine and clear on Sunday night, but cloud will start to increase along parts of the east coast by morning. Lows of 2-6 degrees in light to moderate easterly breezes with some grass frost
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