NEXT WEEK’S WEATHER
NEXT WEEK’S WEATHER FORECAST COURTESY OF
ADVANCED WEATHER ADVISORY – LOCAL FLOOD RISK ON TUESDAY
SOUTHWEST & WEST MOST AT RISK
POSSIBLY BECOMING WARMER LATER NEXT WEEK
On Tuesday morning a complex area of low pressure will feed in some spells of heavy rain to many areas of the country, with the heaviest rainfall currently likely across parts of the southwest and west where totals could exceed 40-50 mm in some upland areas, leading to a renewed risk of flooding. Elsewhere rainfall totals will reach between 20-30 mm, with a slight risk of localised flooding.
In the meantime conditions will improve over the weekend once we lose the scattered outbreaks of rain today. Saturday will be a showery day with some of the showers possibly being heavy with a small risk of the odd thundery shower. Sunday and Monday however look like being dry, bright and sunny in most parts of the country.
From Wednesday to Saturday of next week present indications are for mostly settled conditions with an area of high pressure to our south extending farther to the north and allowing for a warm south to southwesterly airflow to develop. Temperatures in this scenario would be likely to reach into the mid twenties for a time, with mainly dry and sunny conditions, especially so in the east.
I’ll keep you posted on the likelihood of this scenario developing, and also regarding the rainfall risk for Tuesday.
With kindest regards,