KILKENNY WEATHER: More dry days and sunny spells to put a Spring in our step
The very welcome warmer and drier weather will continue to put a Spring in our step this week.
Met Éireann said we can expect more of the clear and dry weather we enjoyed in Kilkenny over the weekend over the coming days. But it warned temperatures are set to drop again at the end of this first week of the new season with frost and fog setting in at night.
Today will be another dry day with light easterly breezes. The national forecaster said: “Whilst many areas will enjoy spells of spring sunshine, it will stay cloudier across southern counties. Overnight mist and fog will generally lift during the morning. Highest temperatures of 8 to 12 degrees.”
Tomorrow is also set to be a fully dry day with good spells of spring sunshine and highest temperatures of 8 to 12 degrees.
On Wednesday, some stray showers are possible across Leinster, though most other areas will stay dry with a mix of sunshine and cloud across the country and temperatures rising to 12 degrees at times.
Thursday and Friday are set to be duller and cooler days everywhere. Met Éireann added: “Overall dry, though patchy drizzle may occur. Highest temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees Celsius, in light northeast breezes.”