Met Éireann predict that the weather is going to be all over the place today
Rain, but sunny.
We're kinda fed up of the weather at this stage. We were gearing up for the annual Leaving Cert weather to break out and shine down on us but instead we got rain, rain and more rain.
What happened to the sun?! The heat?! Will it ever grace Ireland again?!
Well, Met Éireann has predicted that while the weather won't be as bad as yesterday, we're still going to see some showers across the country as well as temperatures reaching the mid-teens. So, a mixed bag all together.
The weather forecaster said: "A dull and cloudy start to Thursday. In the west and northwest the rain will gradually become lighter during the day with dry spells there for the afternoon. Elsewhere there will be showers again, with good bright or sunny breaks in between. Highest temperatures 11 to 15 degrees in light to moderate westerly winds."
In the west and northwest the rain will gradually become lighter during today with dry spells there for the afternoon. Elsewhere there will be showers again, with good bright or sunny breaks in between. Highest temperatures 11 to 15 degrees. pic.twitter.com/LivvYYoJOY
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 6, 2019
And for tonight: "Tonight will be mainly dry for much of the country, there'll be further showers along western coasts. Lowest temperatures 3 to 5 degrees with light southerly or variable winds."
Tomorrow is looking a little bit better as we're in for a dry start, but we wouldn't throw away the brolly just yet.
"Friday will be mostly dry to start, there'll be showers in the west with sunny spells for most, in the afternoon it will cloud over from the east with outbreaks of rain developing along eastern coastal counties. Highest temperatures 14 to 16 degrees with light southerly or variable breezes becoming moderate to fresh northwesterly in Munster."