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πŸŽ„πŸŽ…Christmas Forecast for Cork πŸŽ…πŸŽ„

πŸŽ… Christmas Eve πŸŽ…

Christmas Eve will start cold with temperatures just above freezing. Showers look to push in from the South West in the morning.
Then high pressure pushes into Ireland throughout the day and the showers die out leaving dry and sunny conditions in the afternoon.

🎁 Christmas Day 🎁

Christmas Day will begin cold with frost and ice expected as temperatures are expected to drop to -2 or -3 overnight.
The whole day should be dry with plenty of sunshine but staying cold.
Temperatures ranging from 5-7 degrees inland and 8-10 nearer the coasts.

πŸŽ„ St Stephens Day πŸŽ„

Temperatures staying mild overnight as cloud builds and the chance of rain increases.
Heavy showers look to affect Cork throughout the day and temperatures will rise to 9-11 degrees throughout the days.

This is still subject to change as it is still 5 days away.

This was a guest post, written by Nick from Weather Alerts Ireland on behalf of Cork Safety Alerts.




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By Weather Alerts Ireland

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