Grab Your Umbrella’s, The Weekend Ahead Is Going To Be A Showery One
So it’s May is it? Sure as hell doesn’t feel like it does it lads?
One minute the sun is splitting the stones outside, the next we’re shivering with the cold and like drowned rats from the rain.
And it looks as though nothing is going to change anytime soon, especially for the weekend.
Many areas are dry with sunshine this morning, especially over the eastern half of the country, but scattered showers, already affecting Atlantic coastal counties will spread countrywide by early afternoon. The showers will be locally heavy, with thundery downpours in places.
On Friday, it will initially start out dry in many areas again, and there will be some sunshine, but scattered showers near Atlantic coasts will soon migrate eastwards over the country through the morning and afternoon. Some heavy bursts in places, once more, with a risk of thunder locally.
On Saturday, there will be some sunny spells but further heavy, and possibly thundery, showers. Driest across Munster with low pressure focused to the north. Southwesterly breezes with maximum temperatures in the low to mid-teens.
A milder southerly flow becomes established on Sunday. Scattered showers, but with the risk of heavy and thundery downpours diminished. Maximum temperatures into the high teens, but more like the low to mid-teens across southern counties, with more cloud and perhaps onshore drizzle in these parts.
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