Hello Springtime! Temperatures to climb to 14 degrees in Kilkenny this week: Met Éireann
IT’S a cold start to a Monday morning in much of Kilkenny, however Met Éireann has revealed we’ll see temperatures rising to as high as 14 degrees this week after the country was battered by Storm Erik last week.
Spring is in the air and the national forecaster said we’ll see some sunny spells this week and mild conditions, but showers in places too.
Any lingering frost will clear quickly this morning to leave a “bright and dry” day with a mix of sunshine and cloudy conditions.
It will feel fresh for the day and afternoon temps with highs of around 7 to 10 degrees, but then it will get milder by evening.
Tomorrow we’ll see the mercury hit as high as 13 Met Éireann forecasters say it will be a “very mild” and dry day.
It will become cloudy with some patchy drizzle or light rain, with cloud thinning at times allowing glints of sunshine to break through.
Met Éireann said: “Very mild with highs of 11 to 13 degrees in moderate southwesterly breezes.”
The national forecaster said Wednesday will be a “largely dry with some bright or sunny spells but staying dull and cloudy with patchy drizzle or drizzle”.
It added: “A mild breezy day with top temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in a fresh southerly winds. Mostly dry overnight and frost free with lowest temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees.”
The mild weather will continue on Thursday, another dry and “very mild day” with temperatures rising to as high as 14 degrees in some parts of Kilkenny and Leinster.