Great news for Cork with heaps of sunshine and good weather on the way
Start choosing your beer gardens.
Met Éireann forecasters have uttered the words ‘dry and sunny’ again in reference to the coming days and it looks like the good weather might be here to stay.
It will be mainly dry and sunny tomorrow, Wednesday, with highest temperatures of between 15 to 18 degrees.
After dark we can expect lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees, but according to the national forecaster “it’ll become a little less cold each subsequent night of the week.”
It will be dry with sunny spells for most on Thursday with highest temperatures of 15 to 19 degrees and predominately mild and sunny on Friday and Saturday too, with temperatures expected to hit a balmy 20C.
High pressure will dominate the week ahead and each day will be a little warmer out to the weekend 📈
It will be mainly dry with sunny spells ⛅️and temperatures today will reach between 14 and 18 degrees🌡️ with light to moderate northwest breezes.
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— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) May 16, 2023
Current indications suggest the possibility of a little light rain on Sunday with temperatures dropping a little as a result, however there’s more good news in store, with forecasters confirming that “high pressure looks set to build again for next week.”
Now. Fionnbarra or The Angler’s?