It seems like the umbrellas and rain jackets can finally take a break next week after being heavily used in the recent weeks, reports The Mirror.
The return of more stable weather conditions is only a few days away.
However, we will have to endure a wet and windy weekend before the high pressure system brings relief from the rain and gusts to Ireland.
The renowned forecaster, Alan O’Reilly, who manages the trustworthy @CarlowWeather X account has identified Monday as the day when the weather is expected to improve, as per the latest models.
He posted: “A windy and showery weekend and that will continue to into early Monday but the rest of next week will see a more settled spell for most areas with rainfall amounts below normal as high pressure builds close to Ireland,” reports The Mirror.
A Met Eireann spokesperson said: “Monday will be cool and breezy with sunshine and showers. The showers most frequent over Ulster, Connacht and north Leinster. Highest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees with fresh, gusty northwest winds, strong on Ulster and north Connacht coasts,” reports The Mirror.
“Tuesday will be cold and mainly dry with sunshine and light winds. Highest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees. Cold and dry on Tuesday night with some mist and fog and a touch of frost possible in places with lows of 2 to 6 degrees. Wednesday, Thursday and much of Friday look to be mostly cloudy with a fair amount of dry weather and some patchy rain or drizzle at times, most likely in parts of the north and west near coasts. Highest temperatures of 11 or 12 degrees with mostly moderate westerly winds, fresh at times in the north and light in the southwest,” they added, reports The Mirror.
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