WEEKEND WEATHER: Kilkenny to bask in bank Holiday sunshine and blue skies
Kilkenny will bask in some beautiful blue sky weather over the double Bank Holiday weekend.
In its latest forecast, Met Éireann said today will be mianly dry, with “some good sunny spells”, although southern area will experience some cloudy conditions. The forecaster added: “Cloud may also move onto some eastern and western coasts in the afternoon. Northern parts will be noticeably milder than today. Highest temperatures of 10 to 15 degrees, coolest near eastern and southern coasts. Light to moderate southeast breezes, fresher near western and northern coasts.”
And the pleasant, dry and sunny spell of weather will continues tomorrow with temperature highs reaching the low-teens, with 11 to 15 degrees expected. Met Éireann noted; “One or two showers may clip Munster later in the day. Mostly clear skies overnight but that southeast breeze persisting will help keep the overnight lows up slightly at 4 to 7 degrees, possibly a little colder in Ulster.”
Sunny spells are also forecast for Sunday, with more cloudy conditions forecast for the south west. Met Éireann warned there may some showers during the morning and afternoon, but these will mainly be in in western counties. And in more good news for Kilkenny, the forecaster added: “Further east will see the best of bright or sunny spells. Highest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees with a moderate southeast breeze. Later in the evening the clearer skies over the eastern half of the country will allow temperatures to drop below freezing with some frost patches possible.”
Monday is set to bring a mix of sunny spells and cloudy periods. There may be some showers, although many places will enjoy a mostly dry day with temperature highs of between 10 to 14 degrees.
Current indications showing a good deal of dry and sunny weather continuing into Tuesday and early next week. Met Éireann added: “Variable cloud cover at times, with the odd shower possible. Another mild day with highs of 12 to 15 degrees in a moderate southeast breeze.”