Met Éireann shares Ireland’s weather forecast for the rest of the week


Ireland will experience “very mild” conditions for the time of year, as well as windy weather this week, Met Éireann said.

Wednesday morning will see sunny spells and scattered showers, with showers becoming isolated by midday.

It will become cloudier in the west this afternoon with a few scattered bouts of rain and drizzle, Met Éireann forecast.

Wednesday will have highs of 11C to 14C, with winds becoming strong near the west coasts.

“Mild, humid and very windy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle becoming more persistent and at times heavy in the west during the afternoon [on Thursday].

“Highest temperatures of 14C to 16C in strong near gale and gusty winds from the southwest with gales at times along the west coasts,” Met Éireann said.

Looking ahead to Friday and the weekend, the National Forecaster predicts very mild and windy weather with outbreaks of rain becoming persistent and at times heavy with a continued risk of localized flooding.

Friday will be another mild, cloudy and windy day with outbreaks of rain, heaviest over the western half of the country with possible localized flooding in worst affected counties. Highs of 14C to 16C degrees in mostly cool, gusty southerly winds.

The rain will generally become lighter and more patchy as Friday night progresses with very mild temperatures in the low teens overnight.

Saturday will see some sunny spells in the afternoon, away from the wetter south coast. With highs again around 15C.

Sunday and early next week are expected to be mixed with spells of rain and dry spells at times with temperatures hovering between 10C and 15C during the day.


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