We’re in it now, lads.
Autumn is underway and with the first Orange Rain warning already under our belts in Cork (that’s in effect until 6pm this evening), we’re heading into the chilly season with a ‘nothing can surprise us’ attitude to the weather.
And that’s no harm, because Met Éireann forecasters say that we can expect things to remain very unsettled in the coming days, “with low pressure dominating for the extended outlook period”.
But wait; before you start pricing up apartments in Alicante again, there will actually be a dry day this weekend:
“Tomorrow, Saturday, will become mostly dry with bright or sunny spells.” say the forecasters.
“Highest temperatures of 15 or 16 degrees, with freshening northeasterly breezes.”
Rain will be heavy at times and causing localised flooding in parts of Munster🌧️⚠️
It will be drier in the west and northwest
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) September 15, 2023
It’s looking cloudy for Saturday night with isolated showers and a spell of more persistent rain arriving on the south coast by morning.
“Rain will become widespread through Sunday morning, heaviest and most persistent over the eastern half of the country with localised flooding possible.” they added.
Better do your outdoor bits ASAP.