DONEGAL INTERNATIONAL RALLY FORECAST - FRIDAY UPDATE
This weekend the Donegal International Rally 2018 takes place and the forecast for over the weekend it looking rather mixed.
Forecast update 1:08am 15 June 2018
FRIDAY 15TH JUNE FORECAST FOR DONEGAL
Friday Morning and the early afternoon will see the risk of showers some of these showers could merge into longer spells of rain with the risk of some turning thundery over the early on. Temperatures will range between 13C to 15C. over the day
A weather front will move in of the Atlantic again on Friday night into Saturday morning with wet weather spreading from the west to all parts. Rain will be heaviest over the west and northwest of Ireland with the risk of spot flooding,
Wet gear, Umbrella and wellies would be advise to have on hand over the day if heading to the rally.
SATURDAY 16TH JUNE FORECAST FOR DONEGAL
Saturday morning a spell of rain is expected to move in of the Atlantic which will lead to wet conditions over the early hours of Saturday morning. Later in the morning it will become drier with only the risk of a few light showers around. These showers will die out over the afternoon with brighter and drier weather developing. Temperatures will range between 15C to 18C.
Saturday night will be dry Temperatures will range between 10C to 12C over the night.
SUNDAY 17TH JUNE FORECAST FOR DONEGAL
Sunday is looking like the better of the 3 days of the rally with good dry condations around but but it will be mostly cloudy over the day the odd light shower for a time in the afternoon might be possible but this not doing much harm. Temperatures will range between 15C to 18C
Anyone heading to the rally this weekend please enjoy your weekend but also KEEP THE RACE IN ITS PLACE and RESPECT OTHER ROAD USERS.
Donegal Weather Channel will update its forecast for the 3 days over the week if there are any changes and provide a much more detailed forecast on Thursday.
For more information on the Donegal International Rally check out there website at http://donegalrally.ie/
Kenneth from the Donegal Weather Channel