News

Irish weather expert warns next week ‘dull’ as he predicts ‘dry January’

A WEATHER expert has warned of a boring week of weather reports ahead as he predicts a “dry January”.

This week is set to be dry and light, with occasional drizzle and fog.

This week is set to be dry and mild, with occasional drizzle and fog

2

This week is set to be dry and mild, with occasional drizzle and fog
The conditions will be perfect for washing and drying clothes

2

The conditions will be perfect for washing and drying clothesCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Carlow Weather’s Alan O’Reilly said Ireland will have a quiet week, “no wind or rain”.

He tweeted: “Some boring weather for the rest of the week, which is good news.

“No rain, no wind and not too cold. The sun lasts until Friday.

“I might take a few days off to catch up on the weather.”

Tuesday will mostly remain dry, with some patches of light rain and drizzle.

The highest temperature will be between 6°C and 10°C.

Most read in The Irish Sun

Tuesday night will be dry, with long clear clear weather, with possible light showers in the northwest.

Lowest temperatures will drop from -2°C to +3°C, bringing some patches of fog and fog in places.

WEATHER WEDNESDAY

Wednesday is also about to turn out to be a dry day with bursts of sunshine.

Peak temperatures will range from 6C to 10C with variable winds.

Wednesday night will be mostly dry with clear spells, with fog forming again.

Meet Eireann “The lowest temperature here is -2C to +2C with frost forming.

“In parts of Connacht and Ulster it’s a bit more temperate with more murky conditions with possible odd drizzles.

“The lowest temperature is between 1°C and 4°C. Light breezes will facilitate fog to form, spread and thicken in many places, especially in the southern half of the country. “

SMALL REFERENCE

Coming into the weekend, Thursday will be another cloudy day with bursts of sunshine through.

However, any lingering fog will slowly clear and will last throughout the day.

The highest temperature is set between 5°C and 9°C.

Thursday night will remain similar, with patches of cloud and drizzle.

The lowest temperature will be from 0C to 5C.

However, it will be colder and clearer with frost forming further south as temperatures could drop by -2C to +2C as the fog reappears.

SURPRISE CONDITIONS

The Met Eireann says the fog will slowly clear again on Friday and could linger for much of the day.

They said: “Otherwise, it will be a dry day with a mix of clouds and sun.

“Some patches of light rain and drizzle will occur in coastal areas.

“The highest temperature is between 5°C and 9°C, the coolest on the southern half of the country”.

Lowest temperatures dropped from 0°C to 4°C on Friday night, while fog formed again.

WEATHER OF THE WEEK

Saturday is set to be dry and cloudy again, with light rain in places.

Highest temperatures are set between 6°C and 9°C, with the possibility of more persistent rain over parts of Munster later in the day.

Lowest temperatures will range between -2°C and +2°C on Saturday night, with fog forming again.

Sunday will continue to be dry with an outbreak of both sunny and drizzly weather, with fog and mist persisting.

Peak temperatures are predicted between 5°C and 9°C.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/8186770/weather-expert-boring-week-predicts-dry-january/ Irish weather expert warns next week ‘dull’ as he predicts ‘dry January’

Fry Electronics Team

Fry Electronics.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@fry-electronics.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button