DRIER WEATHER WITH HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING THIS WEEK & THE END OF NOVEMBER
The current signals for the end of this week is for the weather to settle down again with less rainfall. The latest GFS and ECMWF model indicates that high pressure will build over this weekend along with other models also shown a similar outcome. The area of higher pressure is a Scandinavian high and could introduce colder conditions.
The drier spell of weather looks set to continue into the following week with mostly dry conditions with only a little drizzle in some coastal areas at times but over all rainfall will be generally low. Night time temperatures will be that bit cooler with the risk of frost returning. Temperatures by day will remain normal for the time of year.
As we head into the end of November and the start of December there are signs it may turn colder but it is to early to call as its along way out.
Meanwhile after a dry start on Tuesday a spell of heavy rainfall will push west to east across Ireland later in the afternoon and night. The band of rainfall will arrive into southwestern and western areas around 2pm on Tuesday spreading eastwards but turning more patchy as it reaches eastern areas overnight. Heaviest rainfall amounts will be over southern, western and northwestern coastal county's. Winds will also strengthen over the evening and become gusty overland with strong to gale force winds around coastal county's. Weather warnings may be issued in the coming hours.
I will have further updates over the coming hours on Tuesdays spell of weather and I will update agian on the possible period of drier weather later this week.
Kenneth from the Donegal Weather Channel
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