Morale on St Patrick’s Day won’t be affected by the weather but some areas in the west could have some heavy rain to deal with.
et Éireann Meteorologist Matthew Martin said these outbursts of rain would not be “extremely significant” and it would be a mild day with temperatures between 10°C and 14°C.
Today will be a mostly morning day, with scattered showers and sunshine and peaks of 8°C to 11°C with mild to moderate westerly winds.
Patrick’s Day will be mostly cloudy with showers moving eastward across the country.
Over the course of the afternoon, drier and brighter weather will emerge from the West with showers becoming isolated and spells of sunshine developing.
“We have a weak weather front across the country from the Atlantic during the day tomorrow, so there will be sporadic showers and drizzle from the west, it won’t be a big deal, but some areas will have rain. parade,” he said.
“There’s going to be a big burst of rain so it won’t be too much, but it won’t be ideal and tomorrow’s temperatures will be around 10 degrees Celsius to maybe 14 degrees Celsius, probably best on the east side of the land,” he said. country.”
“From mid-morning to early afternoon, the worst of the rain will be across Munster and Connacht, with very little possible rain in Dublin but showers possible in the early afternoon.”
Mr Martin said the weather on St Patrick’s Day this year looked “very typical” for this time of year.
“The temperature we got from 10C to 14C is exactly what you would expect for March, I know some St. Patrick’s Day you have very different weather. One year I think it snows on the 18th, so this year the weather is typical March with average temperatures in March,” he said.
Thursday night will be dry, clear and frosty with lows between -2°C and 2°C. Light and variable breezes will become more southeasterly after a while night.
Friday looks set to be a dry day with sunny spells. It will be considerably milder with peaks of 10°C to 15°C and moderate south to southeast winds.
It will be coolest along the south and east coasts and mildest in the Midlands and Connacht.
“After a cold start, there will be sunshine, it will be a nice day and temperatures could reach 16°C in parts of the west but will be a bit colder near the east coast,” Mr. Martin said. Mr. Martin said.
Friday night will be dry and clear with mild to moderate southeasterly winds and lows of 3°C to 6°C.
Mr. Martin said Saturday would be a dry and mild day with spells of sunshine.
“Similar conditions on Saturday, dry with high pressure predominating and picking up some southeast-to-easterly winds, could make it feel a bit chilly along the southern and eastern coasts but heat The temperature goes back up to between 11 degrees Celsius and 15 degrees Celsius,” he said.
There will be some more showers over the western half of the country on Sunday morning.
These will clear to the west and the day will be mostly dry with spells of sunshine and peak temperatures of 10°C to 14°C and moderate east to southeast winds.
Current signs suggest that Monday will start to be dry and bright. However, clouds will increase from the east and showers will develop later in the day and spread to the west.
It will be cooler than previous days with peaks of 9°C to 12°C and a mild winter monsoon.
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