National Forecast - Ireland

Forecast updated Tuesday 15th October 2019

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wednesday 16th OCTOBER 2019

Heavy rain will clear to the northeast just after dawn with bright and sunny spells for many areas on Wednesday afternoon and evening, some showers will develop in parts to over the day. Temperatures will range between 11C to 15C.

Heavy showers will move into the southwest, west and northwest overnight with dry and clear weather to the east. Temperatures will range between 5C to 8C.

THURSDAY 17th OCTOBER 2019

A area of low pressure passing the of the west and northwest coast on Thursday and Friday will feed in showers for Thursday with some turning heavy at times with the risk of hail especially across the western half of Ireland where some isolated thunderstorm will be possible leading to downpours and flooding with the best of any dry weather to the east. The day will be blustery nationwide with southwest winds. Temperatures will range between 11C to 14C.

Dry for many areas on Thursday night with good clear spells but coastal parts of the southeast, south, southwest and west will see the risk of showers with some heavy at times. Temperatures will range between 5C to 9C.

friday 18th OCTOBER 2019

That area of low pressure moves in from the west on Friday and will feed in further showers again with the risk of hail on Friday where some isolated thunderstorm will be possible leading to downpours and flooding. Temperatures will range between 11C to 14C.

Some dry and clear spells over night Friday but coastal areas apart from the south and southeast will be at the risk of showers. Temperatures will range between 5C to 9C.

saturday 19th OCTOBER 2019

Saturday will be much cooler due to winds veering northwest to northerly in direction, There will be the risk of showers again over the day theses heaviest across the northwest and north of Ireland where there will be the risk of hail. There will be good dry periods to on Saturday with sunny spells. Temperature will range between Temperatures will range between 11C to 14C.

Inland away from coastal areas there will be the risk of frost on Saturday night due to that cooler northwest to north wind. lows of around 0C to 3C with highs of 7C.

sunday 20th OCTOBER 2019

Sunday will see further showers across northern parts but these will be less frequent with mainly sunny spells for all areas on Sunday. Sunday will be rather cool again with that northwest to north wind with frost overnight possible with lows of around -1C to 0C for inland areas.

OUTLOOK 21st of OCTOBER onwarD

At present Monday looks set to be a mainly dry day across Ireland but further showers again are possible on Tuesday some of these turning heavy. Later in the week it looks like it will turn a little drier but colder with the ongoing risk of frost and possible hail showers with the risk of sleet on higher slopes.

Kenneth from the Donegal Weather Channel


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