Temperatures to rise to as high as 16C in Kilkenny this week: Met Éireann
KILKENNY will experience a “very mild” week ahead with highs of up to 16 degrees, according to Met Éireann.
Our ‘March of many weathers’ was very much in evidence over the bank holiday weekend as the city and county experienced what could kindly described as a ‘mixed-bag’ of conditions.
Much of the county this morning is overcast, misty and damp, with rain and drizzle throughout most of Leinster.
But it will become drier this afternoon, with mist and drizzle patches becoming confined to hilly areas and cloud thinning in places to allow a few sunny spells to break through.
Met Éireannn said today will be: “Milder than recent days, with top temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees in light to moderate west to southwest breezes.”
It will largely remain dry tonight, with just a few patches of drizzle.
Tomorrow will be cloudy, with scattered patches of light rain, drizzle and mist especially on hills.
However there will also be some sunny spells, with temperatures rising to as high as 16 degrees at times. And the warn weather is set to continue into Thursday, which will also experience balmy highs of 16 degrees, Met Éireann said.