Ireland weather: Met Eireann forecast unusual conditions as Ireland set for a ‘temperature rollercoaster’

Ireland weather: Met Eireann forecast unusual conditions as Ireland set for a ‘temperature rollercoaster’

Ireland is set for an unusually sunny and dry week as a mixed bag of conditions are expected to spread across the country, along with some scattered showers.

Met Eireann has predicted a mainly dry week. However, lingering fog will be seen in most areas as the day breaks.

The north and the west of the country will see the worst of the weather, with some heavy showers developing as the day continues.

Temperatures are expected to rise up and down as the week goes on, as some unusual air masses travel across Ireland.

A forecaster has said: “A bit of a temperature rollercoaster coming over the next 10 days on latest ECWMF charts.

A mainly dry week is expected.

“Some mild weather to cooler back to mild and then possibly very cool! Wait and see for now.”

Here is a more detailed look at Met Eireann’s forecast.

Monday, November 15th

Monday will start off cloudy in the east and southeast, with patchy rain and drizzle clearing into the Irish Sea.

Drier elsewhere with lingering mist and fog slowly lifting, becoming generally dry and bright by afternoon with spells of sunshine.

Highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees in a light west to northwest breeze, backing southwesterly later.

It will stay mainly dry with clear spells tonight. However, it will turn cloudier from the northwest overnight, with patchy drizzle developing on western and northwestern coasts towards morning.

Lowest temperatures between 2 degrees in the southeast and 7 degrees in the northwest. Some patchy mist and fog will develop.

Tuesday, November 16th

A generally dry start apart from patches of drizzle in the west and northwest.

More persistent rain and drizzle will sink across the country from the northwest through the day, becoming patchier as it spreads.

Drier and brighter weather will follow behind in the evening.

Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees.

Tuesday night will be mostly dry with occasional clear spells, but there will be scattered showers in Ulster and north Connacht.

Lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees.

Wednesday, November 17th

Wednesday will be quite cloudy in general, with the best of any sunny spells in the east.

It will be mostly dry, with just a few showers in the north and northwest.

Highest temperatures of 9 to 13 degrees with light to moderate westerly winds.

Wednesday night will be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of light rain or drizzle in the west and north but overall a fair amount of dry weather.

Turning milder overnight, with the minimum temperatures of 5 to 10 degrees occurring early on. Light to moderate southwesterly winds.

Thursday, November 18th

Mild with a good deal of dry weather, just isolated light rain or drizzle.

Highest temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees in light to moderate southwesterly breezes.

Friday and the Weekend

Friday wil

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