Weather forecast

Monday night will be mostly dry, apart from a few showers in the east and north.

According to Met Éireann, these showers will die out from the east later.


Lowest temperatures of 5°C to 8°C in light southwesterly breezes.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, will be largely dry with sunny spells.

There will be scattered showers, mainly over Connacht and Ulster.

Highest temperatures of 15°C to 20°C.

Westerly breezes will be light and sea breezes will develop along southern and eastern coasts.

In the news

  • Half of Ireland's slurry will have to be spread with trailing shoes by 2030 and its application moved earlier in the spring according to the all-Government climate action plan adopted at a special cabinet meeting this Monday.
  • Meeting agriculture’s emission reduction targets will require changes on each and every one of Ireland’s 139,000-plus farms, Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has said.
  • British beef could be exported to China by the end of the year following an agreement reached on Monday 17 June between China and the UK.
  • Some 71 farmers have received an additional payment following a review of GLAS contracts and it is expected that this number will continue to rise.
  • Some €120m is being made available to support the EU’s beekeeping sector over the next three years.
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