Scorcher forecast for Bank Holiday weekend

Tuesday, 16th April, 2019 5:28pm

Scorcher forecast for Bank Holiday weekend

Temperatures across Ireland are expected to hotter even than Spain over the coming Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
Met Éireann says that high temperatures will set in from Friday through to Saturday afternoon, hitting as high as 20C in some places.
“Good Friday will be dry with sunny spells. It will be warm with light variable breezes and highest temperatures of 15 to 20 degrees,” reports Met Éireann.
Saturday will remain “warm and mainly dry” with sunny spells, however as it edges towards the end of the weekend the weather is forecast to become cloudier in the northwest, with perhaps some outbreaks of drizzle.
“Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees in the west and northwest, but between 18 and 21 degrees for the rest of the country with light breezes. On Saturday night, rain and drizzle will move down over Connacht and Ulster.”
Easter Sunday will be cloudy countrywide, with rain showers with moderate breezes as temperatures may fall back to 12C, and continue to be much colder and unsettled from Easter Monday onwards.

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