This Week’s Weather
Laois People Weather Forecast courtesy of
10 DAY WEATHER OUTLOOK
BECOMING VERY UNSETTLED
RISK OF STORMY WEATHER LATER
Over the course of the coming week our weather looks like becoming very unsettled as various low pressure systems develop to the south of Ireland before pushing northeast wards into the North Sea where they will advance back towards the Atlantic, bringing with them the chance of some stormy weather along the north and east coast.
However, the good news is that early morning rain today, Monday, will gradually clear to the east during the morning, leaving behind a mostly dry and settled picture for the afternoon and evening. Highest temperatures today of between 14-17 degrees Celsius.
Tomorrow Tuesday will be a pretty nice day across the country with light southwesterly winds and good dry sunny spells also. The odd shower may drift into Atlantic coastal areas. Highs of between 14-17 degrees Celsius. On Tuesday night a spell of heavy rain with strong winds will push in off the Atlantic, clearing early Wednesday morning.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday look like being showery days across the country with some heavy possibly thundery downpours in places. Winds will generally be light however. Feeling a little cooler than of late with highs of between 12-14 degrees Celsius.
Early indications suggest that a spell of stormy weather may develop on Saturday and Sunday, wind a small risk of some very strong northeasterly winds across the north and east of the country. Combined with high spring tides this particular system could lead to possibility of some noticeable coastal flooding in the greater Dublin area. There will also be some periods of heavy rain or showers over the weekend period, with present indications suggesting further mixed weather is likely next week with cool northwesterly airflow developing once again.
Further updates to follow as always….
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