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Ireland Irish weather: Ireland's heatwave to come to an abrupt end as Met Eireann forecast 'unsettled' conditions and drop in temperature

16:55  11 june  2018
16:55  11 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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a man riding a bike down a dirt road holding an umbrella: The weather will take a turn on Wednesday © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited The weather will take a turn on Wednesday

Ireland's heatwave is set to come to an abrupt end this week thanks to increasing southerly winds.

Met Eireann says there will be a big change in the weather from Wednesday.

The above average temperatures we have been enjoying will drop to the high-teens, while more "unsettled conditions" will arrive, bringing rain and strong winds.

a group of people walking in the rain holding an umbrella © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited

Talking about what we can expect in the coming days, the national forecaster said: "It'll be rather cloudy today but there'll be sunny spells and it will be a largely dry day, with just isolated showers, these mainly in the northwest. Highest temperatures 16 to 20 degrees, warmest in the south. Light to moderate northerly winds generally but a little fresher at the coasts.

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THE NATION HAD a good run but it looks like the spell of lovely weather is over for now as showers and changeable conditions are expected over the next week. While temperatures should stay between 16 and 19 degrees over the weekend, forecasters at Met Éireann have predicted that there

"Tonight will be dry with clear spells. Temperatures will fall to between 9 and 11 degrees and winds will be mostly light, occasionally moderate from a northerly direction.

"Tomorrow, Tuesday, will be another mainly dry day with sunny spells and light northerly winds. Once again there may be just isolated light showers, these mostly affecting the west and northwest but could bubble up anywhere. Highest temperatures between 17 and 21 degrees, warmest in the south.

"Tuesday night will be dry with clear spells. Temperatures will be between 7 and 9 degrees and winds will be light northerly or variable in direction, becoming southerly by morning."

a woman walking down a street holding a pink umbrella: Members of the public brave the bad weather in Dublin city centre © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Members of the public brave the bad weather in Dublin city centre
a car driving on a city street filled with lots of traffic: Hazardous conditions on the N4 in Lucan, Co. Dublin this afternoon after a day of persistent rain © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Hazardous conditions on the N4 in Lucan, Co. Dublin this afternoon after a day of persistent rain

There will be a big change from Wednesday. Met Eireann explained: "Wednesday will start out dry and warm but increasing southerly winds will bring a change in the weather conditions. Clouds will increase along the west coast and thicken to bring rain there by afternoon.

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MAKE the most of it while it lasts, as the sunny weather isn't here to stay. The Irish Sun, A News Ireland Company. Met Eireann said: “Friday will be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle, with misty conditions along Atlantic coasts.

"The strong southerly winds will continue bringing that rain eastwards during the rest of the day, but it will be Wednesday night before the rain reaches eastern areas. Temperatures on Wednesday will be between 16 and 18 degrees generally, possibly higher than that early in the day in the east.

a large ship in the water: Members of the public brave the rain on the Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Members of the public brave the rain on the Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin

"The rain will continue for many on Wednesday night, turning heavy in the north of the country for a time. Lowest temperatures 10 to 12 degrees."

The early indications for the rest of the week are for a mixture of sunshine and showers.

a group of people in a car: A car driving in a flood and the sun shining in Merrion Square in Dublin © Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited A car driving in a flood and the sun shining in Merrion Square in Dublin

The weather chiefs said: "Overnight rain will clear on Thursday to give a mostly dry day with sunny spells and a few showers early on, mainly in the west and northwest. Temperatures will be between 16 and 18 degrees which is about normal for the time of year and winds will be fresh to strong westerly, easing through the day.

"Friday is currently looking mainly dry with just isolated showers and a little cooler with southwesterly winds.

"The current indications for the weekend are for unsettled conditions with rain at times and southwesterly winds."

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