SUMMER WEATHER ON THE CARDS NEXT WEEK WITH WARMER TEMPERATURES AND SUNSHINE
After a very wet end to May and start of June it now looks like Ireland is finally going to get a spell of drier weather next week with some good spells of sunshine. Temperatures will also improve over the week with temperatures looking set to be in the high teens to low twenties by the end of next week as a area of high pressure build from the start of next week.
On the June Bank hoilday Monday I posted a post talking about a possible improving trend next week with both the GFS and ECMWF models hinting at a drier and warmer spell of weather on the horizon and now this look much clearer coming into the end of the week which I promised to update on again.
Starting next week with Monday the weather will see a somewhat of a improvement with good sunshine in places but some showers around to.
From Tuesday on there should be less rainfall and temperatures should also start to improve with highs of around 14C to 18C on Tuesday and by the time we get to the end of next week temperatures at present look set to be up around 20C to 21C.
Next weekend also looks set to be dry with good sunshine with temperatures possibly reaching as high as 23C to 24C with the warmest conditions in the west and northwest.
Next week will also be a much needed break away from the rain as it will he ideal conditions for cutting grass and doing silage especially from around Tuesday/Wednesday to next Saturday/Sunday.
I will have another update over the weekend regrading the weather for next week. If you are looking for updates on next week weather you can find them under the daily forecast which is updated each morning for the week ahead.
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