St Patrick’s Day parade-goers are suggested to wrap up and convey waterproof clothes, with “widespread showers” anticipated when the festivities kick off on Friday.
Met Éireann has warned of “heavy and extended” showers, with a “probability of thunderstorms”, with daytime temperatures of 11C to 14C, adopted by average winds which is able to lower because the night progresses.
Friday night time will convey largely cloudy situations, with some scattered showers persisting.
“Mist and fog patches will kind in gentle breezes,” the forecaster stated.
Nighttime temperatures will stay gentle, with lows of 5C to 8C anticipated.
Saturday morning will give rise to moist situations, with “widespread outbreaks of rain” all through the morning.
With situations set to clear over the course of the afternoon, showers are anticipated to persist in components of Ulster.
Mercury highs of between 8C to 10C are anticipated all through the day.
Nighttime situations are anticipated to be primarily dry, with these in Ulster warned of “showery situations”.
Lowest temperatures of between 2C and 6C levels are predicted, mixed with “average to contemporary westerly winds”.
On Sunday, moist situations will attain the South-West, with “outbreaks of rain growing”.
Daytime temperatures will stay in line with predictions of 9C to 12C anticipated in the course of the day.
“In a single day, the rain will flip heavy at instances,” Met Éireann has warned.
Nighttime temperatures are anticipated to stay gentle, with lows of 6C to 10C predicted.