Ireland could soon be set for another heatwave this coming summer according to Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden.
Mr Madden who is infamous for his weather predicting abilities say’s the nation will expect sweltering temperatures this coming June and July. Madden’s latest and somewhat bold predication comes after he previously reported that the country was to endure its coldest winter since 1963, however that prediction failed to materialise.
According to Madden the country will start to see higher temperatures by the end of May, with the country then experiencing above average temperatures from June onwards, Mr Madden told said: “As things stand, Ireland can start to look forwards to some nice weather towards the end of May, as high pressure starts to dominate proceedings. It looks like there’ll be lengthy periods of warm sunshine and above average temperatures between late May and July and although question marks surround the August period, it will certainly be a big improvement on anything we have experienced in recent years.”
Here is hoping that Mr Madden’s predictions are correct this time around and we can all enjoy the glorious sunshine.