Met Éireann says it’ll be ‘much milder’ by Sunday with highest temperatures of up to 17C
Cork was battered by high winds overnight.
And while we can expect more of the same today, with a Status Yellow – Wind warning in place for Cork, Clare, Kerry, Limerick, and Galway until 3pm, there are some silver linings beginning to peep out around those clouds.
Met Éireann forecasters are teasing some rather nice weather for Cork… and it’s just around the corner.
While we can expect the remainder of the week to be wet and very windy with scattered squally showers, hail, and a chance of isolated thunderstorms, the downpours will slow to a drizzle by Saturday.
Sunday will begin mostly cloudy with patchy light rain but conditions will brighten up and become drier as the day goes on.
Met Éireann says we can expect it to start “feeling much milder with highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees.”
The national forecaster says “milder and more generally settled conditions” are signalled for next week.
Better start dusting off the barbecue.