We’ve got the weather outlook for the week, as forecast by Cork – All Things Weather. We’ve also included Met Éireann’s official forecast below.
- Wednesday: A bright start once again with great sunshine. Again lasting until the afternoon as cloud increases again. Showers in afternoon/evening – heavy at times (20% chance of heavy downpours). Temps 13°C and light westerly breeze.
- Thursday: A mainly dry day, showers in evening, a cooler day with temperatures of 8/13°C.
- Friday: Mixed weather type of day again, sunny spells and showers in the afternoon – temperatures of 11/15°C, breezy in the morning.
- Saturday: Sunny spells on Saturday, dry, and temperatures of 11/12°C
Official Met Éireann Forecast
Wednesday: Tomorrow will begin bright once any mist or fog patches clear. Cloud and showers will move into the west during the morning and will spread eastwards during the afternoon, with showers becoming heavy at times with a risk of hail or thunder. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees, in light west to northwest breezes.
Wednesday night: Showers becoming isolated and confined to west Ulster and northwest Connacht overnight with clear spells developing. Minimum temperatures of 3 to 7 degrees in light southwest breezes.
Thursday: The best of sunshine looks likely in Ulster on Thursday, with generally cloudy conditions prevailing through the main part of the day elsewhere, with morning and evening sunny periods. Showers will spread in from the Atlantic during the morning, becoming more widespread through the afternoon, with a slight risk of hail and thunder. Top temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees in light to southwest winds. Becoming dry in many areas overnight with variable cloud and clear spells, but a few showers will continue, especially in the northwest. Minimum temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees in mostly light westerly winds.
Friday: Patchy rain or showers about the country on Friday but overall a good deal of dry weather with a mix of cloudy and sunny periods. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees, but cooler in north Ulster with highs of just 9 or 10 degrees in light to moderate northwest breezes. Turning cold and mostly clear overnight with some grass frost. Minimum temperatures of 1 to 4 degrees in light northwesterly breezes with a touch of frost possible.
Saturday: Rather cool, but looking like a bright, dry and sunny day at present. High cloud will gradually increase from the west through the day. Top temperatures only 9 to 13 degrees as the airmass overhead will be quite cool in light northerly or variable breezes. Another cold night in store with long clear spells and wispy high cloud. Lows tumbling to between 0 and 4 degrees in the near calm, with a risk of frost.
Sunday: After a cold start it looks set to be another dry day with a mix of cloud and sunshine. Highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees in light breezes, varying in direction.