I promised an improvement in the weather and it has taken longer than hoped for, but it’s coming and much-needed after the very wet end to winter.
Thursday: A mostly cloudy day but dry. Some brightness but this will tend to be limited to the north. Feeling chilly. Max 9°C
Friday: Windy with a steady easterly. This however, should help break the cloud up, so more in the way of sunny spells. Max 10°C
Weekend: Dry, a little less chilly.
Saturday: Bright spells after a cold start. Windy with this easing later. Again it’s looking dry. Max 11°C
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a few bright spells but dry with any rain staying out west across Ireland. Milder. Max 12°C
Outlook: High pressure staying close by and mainly in charge. Quite mild, breezy with bright or sunny spells. A dry spell that we desperately need.
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Forecast Issued: 4:03pm on Wednesday the 18th of March 2020