Another good day in store for Mayo tomorrow

Largely dry to start the day on Thursday with any mist or fog patches gradually clearing to leave a mix of cloud and bright spells. It looks set to remain generally dry throughout the day apart from the chance of an isolated shower.

However, later in the evening, outbreaks of rain will begin to edge in across the north of the province. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees in a moderate southwest breeze, increasing fresh on Atlantic coasts.

On Thursday night, a band of rain will push south across Ireland, fragmenting as it pushes south with only small amounts of rain expected across southernmost counties. A clearance will move in across northern counties and it will turn noticeably colder there. Minimum temperatures of 3 to 7 degrees in the north but 8 to 12 degrees in the south.

For the very latest weather updates, go to Met Eireann’s website: