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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