Forecast courtesy of Ireland’s Weather Channel
☔️UNSETTLED WEATHER REMAINS
🌦SHOWERY WEEKEND AHEAD
☔️FURTHER CHANGEABLE WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Our current unsettled spell of weather is set to continue, with the Atlantic remaining in control of our weather for the foreseeable future. At times it will feel warm, but only briefly as Atlantic weather systems will never be too far away. The best of any drier and warmer periods will be found across the south and southeast of the country.
Today will begin overcast in many areas though sunny spells will become more widespread through the afternoon and evening with some good sunny spells developing for a time. Feeling very warm and humid with highs in some sunnier locations reaching up to 22 or 23 degrees Celsius.
Dry and settled to begin tomorrow in the eastern half of the country but outbreaks of showery rain, with a risk of the odd heavy or even thundery burst, will make their across the west of the country from tomorrow morning, before crossing the rest of the country through the early afternoon. Warm highs up to 22 or 23 degrees Celsius again.
The weekend will be characterised by showery conditions right across the country as a light to moderate westerly flow keeps our temperatures closer to normal for the time of year. The heaviest showers will occur on Saturday, whereas Sunday will be a better day overall, though it may cloud over in the far south of the country later in the evening. Highs of between 17-19 degrees Celsius.
Monday will be another showery day, though the showers will be well scattered overall with a good deal of dry weather likely.
The outlook calls for further unsettled weather with spells of rain or showers likely on most days for the remainder of next week, interspersed by the odd drier and sunnier day here and there. Temperatures will vary, though generally speaking temperatures will be average for the time of year.
Further updates to follow later.
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