Coming from MTC's forescast ,
"A rapidly developing frontal wave currently located well out to the west of Ireland will race past Mayo and Donegal tonight and produce locally strong wind gusts in northwest Ireland from the south to southwest peaking at about 65-70 mph (110 km/h) between midnight and 0300h (early hours of Thursday 31st). Winds over most other parts of Ireland will peak about the same time at speeds of about 40-50 mph (80 km/h). Watch for further updates as we track this disturbance closely during its approach.
TODAY will start out rather wet as a band of heavy showers moves steadily northeast, to be followed by variable cloudiness and mild conditions on moderate SW winds 20-40 mph. Highs will reach 13-15 C. Today's rainfall amounts (largely received already in the west) will amount to 5-10 mms. Due to the long dry spell and a buildup of oily material on roads, some roads will be unexpectedly slippery. Caution advised. Some sunshine will break through at times later, then further showers are likely to develop, some with thunder and hail by late in the day.
TONIGHT will be windy and in some parts stormy as winds increase to SSW 40-60 mph (see alert above). Very strong gusts may develop in coastal and higher parts of the northwest, around midnight to 0300h. All other regions will become quite windy too (35-50 mph). Some showers with hail and thunder will mark a fast-moving frontal system. Minor wind damage is possible. Lows will be around 7-9 C.
Then Comparing To Met Éireann's : Today will be mostly dry and bright with some sunny spells developing. However, further rain will push into the far southwest by evening. Top temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees.
Tonight rain will become widespread and heavy for a time, then clearing to showers later in the night. It will be mild with lowest temperatures between 7 and 10 degrees in fresh and gusty south to southwest winds.
Tomorrow, Thursday will be cloudy with showers, but some bright or sunny spells will develop later. It will be rather windy with fresh and gusty, occasionally strong southwest winds. Remaining mild with top temperatures between 12 and 16 degrees.
Who's gonna be right this time?........