Met Éireann Predicts Dry Day With Sunny Spells But Warns Of Scattered Showers Throughout Evening

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A dry day with sunny spells has been forecasted for today, with scattered showers expected for the evening, according to Met Éireann.

Following a cloudy morning including scattered showers, the wet weather will die down with sunny spells developing throughout the afternoon. Overnight, isolated showers have also been predicted for the country, which may turn heavy at times across the northwest.

It will stay mostly dry until a few scattered showers return later this evening. Temperatures are to range between 14 and 17 degrees with a north-westerly breeze. 

Overnight, temperatures are to stay between 7 and 10 degrees with a northerly breeze. 

Tomorrow is to be cloudy with some showers, which will again die down by late morning, allowing for some sunny spells to break through. The evening is to remain dry, with highest temperatures staying between 13 and 16 degrees in a northerly breeze.

As for Thursday night, it is to remain dry with a mix of clear spells as well as some scattered showers. Longer clear spells are expected to persist overnight as winds fall light. Lowest temperatures are to remain between 6 and 9 degrees.

As for Friday, Met Éireann have predicted settled and mainly dry weather throughout. Later in the day, the sunshine will turn hazy with a touch of clouds building across the northern part of the country. Temperatures are to remain between 16 and 20 degrees with light northerly breezes.

That night is to remain dry and largely clear overnight with some scattered cloud across northern counties, lowest temperatures remaining between 6 and 9 degrees. 

Looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday is to be dry with long sunny spells, with a touch of cloud expected for Ulster, according to the national forecaster. 

Highest temperatures are to remain between 16 and 20 degrees, warmest weather expected for Munster and South Leinster.

Met Éireann said, “Latest models would suggest that high pressure will remain for Sunday bringing plenty of dry and sunny weather throughout. Temperatures look set to reach around 17 to 21 degrees". 







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