This Week’s Weather
Monday, 13 May, 2019
Forecasts for Ireland
TRENDS for the week of 13 to 19 May, 2019
— Temperatures will average 1 to 2 deg above normal.
— Rainfall will be slight until Friday 17th then almost normal amounts for the interval will accumulate.
— Sunshine will average a little above normal, with the first four days being sunny and the last three more cloudy.
TODAY will be sunny, hazy and warm with highs 17 to 22 C. Coolest near east and south coasts, warmest in midlands and west.
TONIGHT will be clear but hazy with lows 5 to 10 C.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY will continue sunny, hazy and warm with highs 18 to 23 C, coolest once again in south and east coastal districts.
THURSDAY will bring some increase in cloud and isolated showers, with highs 16 to 20 C.
FRIDAY will be partly cloudy to overcast with showers developing, 5 to 10 mm rain expected, and highs 14 to
WEEKEND OUTLOOK (18th-19th) is unsettled with showers both days, highs near 16 C.
The further outlook is also more unsettled in general with possibility of heavy rain at times later next week.
My local weather continued very warm and dry with a build up of cloud by late afternoon and evening, once again isolated showers missing my location. Highs were around 27 C.
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— Peter for IWO