It looks like the warm weather is sticking around.
According to Met Éireann’s monthly forecast, high pressure is the dominant feature for the coming week, with mainly dry weather overall for at least another seven days.
Meteorologists predict it will be cloudy “with some weak weather fronts bringing a little patchy light rain and drizzle at times, but amounts very low and holding mainly dry in southern parts. Temperatures will be a little higher than average.”
— JennïeØSullivân (@OSullivanJennie) March 17, 2021
It will be overcast today with patchy mist, drizzle and fog mainly occurring early on, but a few pockets of sunshine possibly developing later. Highest temperatures will range between 11 to 13 degrees Celsius today, dropping to between 4C and 7C tonight.
High pressure will continue to dominate this weekend bringing mainly dry calm weather.
However, a gradual breakdown will occur into next week as a more mobile Atlantic regime pushes through.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 18, 2021
There will be little change on Friday with dry and mostly overcast skies.” said a Met Éireann forecaster.
“However, some sunshine may break through locally.”
Highest temperatures on Friday will range from 11 to 13 degrees Celsius bringing mainly dry calm weather. However, forecasters say a gradual breakdown will occur into next week as a more mobile Atlantic regime pushes through.