Get your sunnies out lads because Met Éireann is predicting a very nice weekend
Lads, we can finally get the sunnies out, because summer is here.
Met Eireann has predicted a very nice weekend in terms of weather.
According to the forecaster, "today will see sunny spells and scattered showers, the showers heaviest and most frequent over Ulster but will occur throughout the country. The best of the sunshine will be in Munster in the early part of the day."
"Highest temperatures 11 to 13 degrees with light variable winds generally, moderate northerly along western coastal areas."
Lovely bit of sunshine, we'll take it!
"Tonight will be mainly dry with just a low risk of an isolated shower. Lowest temperatures 4 or 5 degrees with light to moderate northerly winds."
"Tomorrow, Saturday, will be a mainly dry day with good sunshine. Highest temperatures will be between 12 and 14 degrees with moderate northerly winds decreasing light later."
"Saturday night will continue mainly dry and the light northerly winds will become variable in direction for a time before becoming light southerly."
"Temperatures will fall to 1 degree in Ulster where a grass frost will form but elsewhere temperatures will be closer to 3 or 4 degrees with just high cloud."
"Sunday and the early days of next week sees mainly dry and sunny weather developing as high pressure settles over Ireland. There'll be high cloud at times making the sun appear hazy."
"Mainly light, occasionally moderate southerly winds will dominate and temperatures will range between 13 or 14 degrees along the east coast and through southern Munster, temperatures elsewhere will reach between 15 and 18 degrees most days, possibly higher in northern Connacht at times. Nights will be dry too with temperatures of 7 or 8 degrees generally."
"The current indications suggest the settled spell will continue through the extended outlook period."
Met Eireann better be right about this one.