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WEATHER WOES Irish weather – ‘Spanner in the works’ for Bank Holiday weekend as Met Eireann say warnings possible

A WEATHER expert has stated that the most recent computer models put a “monkey wrench” into plans for the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend.

He issued a stern warning that showers are likely to occur over the long weekend, but the weather forecast is still unclear.

According to Alan O’Reilly of Carlow Weather, “the latest weather models update throw a spanner in the works for the weekend,” which will have showers that are possible but uncertain still.

In a separate tweet, he said, “Some showers Thursday and Friday but we could escape for the long weekend with the rain possibly holding off to the Southeast.” This was in reference to the weather forecast for the Southeast.

In addition, Met Eireann has stated that they cannot rule out the possibility of any weather warnings.

 

Irish weather – ‘Spanner in the works’ for Bank Holiday weekend as Met Eireann say warnings possible

 

They predicted that the last few days of the week leading up to the June Bank Holiday could be “showery.”

The forecaster for the nation has stated that it may be necessary to issue rainfall warnings for intensity over short periods of time as well as possible thunderstorm warnings.

Nevertheless, they pointed out that there is still uncertainty “in the details.”

In the meantime, any lingering showers will dissipate tomorrow, making way for a combination of cloudy and sunny patches throughout the day.

The sky will become cloudier in the afternoon, and there may be a few scattered showers, but the majority of the precipitation will stop falling by evening, when the temperature will be between 14 and 17 degrees Celsius.

The forecaster for the nation has stated that it may be necessary to issue rainfall warnings for intensity over short periods of time as well as possible thunderstorm warnings.

Nevertheless, they pointed out that there is still uncertainty “in the details.”

In the meantime, any lingering showers will dissipate tomorrow, making way for a combination of cloudy and sunny patches throughout the day.

The sky will become cloudier in the afternoon, and there may be a few scattered showers, but the majority of the precipitation will stop falling by evening, when the temperature will be between 14 and 17 degrees Celsius.

“Winds will remain light, and there may be some patches of mist or fog as well.

Temperatures are expected to drop to between 5 and 8 degrees below zero.

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