Get Your Umbrellas Ready: Met Eireann Predicts Rain to Make a Comeback in Cork’s Unsettled Weather

“Met Eireann forecasts gradual thickening of clouds in Cork, but good news lies ahead despite the rain”
Get Your Umbrellas Ready: Met Eireann Predicts Rain to Make a Comeback in Cork's Unsettled Weather

The weather in Cork is expected to be warm and dry today, but the sunshine will be hazy due to gradually thickening clouds later in the day. According to Met Eireann, top temperatures of 23C are expected, making it a great day to enjoy the outdoors. However, the rain is expected to return on Friday, with showers developing across the county from the morning onwards. Despite the cloudy start, some isolated sunny spells are also expected, with easterly breezes increasing fresh at times and highest temperatures of 19 to 23 degrees.

Friday will start off mostly dry with early sunny spells, but more clouds will build later in the morning, accompanied by a few showers. The day will remain mild, with highest temperatures of 20 to 23 degrees in a light to moderate easterly breeze. The evening will be mostly dry with some late hazy sunny spells despite the increasing amount of high cloud. However, the cloud will thicken later in the night with lowest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in light easterly breezes.

As the weekend approaches, clouds are expected to move up and bring rain to other parts of the island. Everyone can expect a mix of sun and rain intervals through Saturday, with some of those rain spells potentially being heavy at times. Sunday will be similar to Saturday, with hot temperatures reaching up to 24C in some parts. Next week, the temperature ranges are expected to be between 20C to 24C throughout Ireland.

It is important to stay up to date with the latest weather forecasts and to take necessary precautions when venturing outside during rainy weather. It is also important to remember that the weather can be unpredictable, so it is best to be prepared for any sudden changes in weather conditions.