Met Éireann has brought some good news for the people of Ireland, as they are forecasting a mostly dry week ahead. After weeks of continuous rainfall, this will come as a relief to many. Although there will be scattered showers throughout the week, Tuesday night and Wednesday are expected to bring heavy rain. However, an independent forecast by Alan O’Reilly of Carlow Weather suggests that the possibility of a storm hitting Ireland over the August bank holiday weekend has largely diminished. This will surely be a relief for those planning to attend the All Together Now festival.
Turning our attention to Dublin, today’s weather will be mostly cloudy with occasional outbreaks of showery rain. There may be some sunny spells, and temperatures will range from 17 to 18 degrees Celsius. Tonight, the skies will clear, and there is a chance of isolated showers. The lowest temperatures will be around 11 to 13 degrees.
Tomorrow, Dublin can expect mostly dry weather with sunny spells and scattered passing showers. Temperatures will range from 18 to 20 degrees Celsius. Unfortunately, there is no further forecast available for Dublin, but Met Éireann’s national outlook provides some insight into the coming days.
Tuesday night will see rain spreading further inland accompanied by mist and low cloud cover. The temperatures will range from 10 to 14 degrees Celsius, with light variable breezes. Wednesday is expected to be a wet day, with cloud cover and outbreaks of rain and drizzle throughout. Temperatures will range from 16 to 19 degrees Celsius, and moderate north to northwest winds will develop. Wednesday night will bring long clear spells with some showers along the northern coasts. The lowest temperatures will be around 11 to 13 degrees Celsius, with moderate north to northwest winds.
Thursday will bring sunshine and scattered passing light showers. The north to northwest winds will remain mostly moderate in strength, and temperatures will range from 15 to 19 degrees Celsius. Current indications suggest that Friday will be fairly cloudy with rain in southern parts of the country, while sunny spells are expected further north.
In other news, Bob Geldof has paid an emotional tribute to his “good friend” Sinead O’Connor. The details of this tribute can be found in the full article.
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