Met Eireann says that Ireland is likely to see rather changeable weather over the next two weeks, but the forecaster is pointing to a ‘warmer’ end of April and start of May – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Met Eireann says that Ireland is likely to see rather changeable weather over the next two weeks, but the forecaster is pointing to a ‘warmer’ end of April and start of May




Met Eireann is today saying that Ireland is likely to see rather changeable weather over the next two weeks, but that ‘warmer’ conditions might arrive by the end of April and the start of May.

The current weekend is set to be rather cold, with sleet, hail showers, and even snow possible across northern and eastern areas. The overall outlook for the coming week is for changeable conditions, with plenty rain mixed with sunny periods in store.

From the last week of April and into early May however, conditions might improve and Ireland might see finer weather.

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