Temperatures to rise to 20C, but more unsettled weather on way: Met Éireann
TEMPERATURES in Kilkenny and parts of Leinster will hit highs of up to 20 degrees this week, but our unsettled weather is set to continue over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Today is set to be humid but cloudy, with some scattered outbreaks of light rain in Kilkenny and lowest temperatures of between 12 and 13 degrees.
The weather will get warmer tomorrow, with the mercury rising to as high as 20 degrees as the county enjoys some of the best weather in the country.
However, the national forecaster said the sunshine will make way for rain on Friday, which will clear eastwards throughout the day
And more unsettled conditions are in store for the Bank Holiday weekend.
Met Éireann said in its latest update: “There is still a lot of uncertainty for the weekend weather but at the moment changeable conditions are likely to continue over the weekend.
“At present Saturday looks like it will start out dry with bright or sunny spells, but cloudier conditions with outbreaks of rain are likely through the afternoon and evening.
“Current indications suggest a brighter day on Sunday with showers in the mix. Some of the showers possibly turning heavy in the afternoon or merging to longer spells of rain. Highs of 14 to 17 Celsius and warmest in Leinster.”