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Scattered showers with mild temperatures this week

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Weather conditions are set to become more changeable this week with showers of rain making a return, according to Met Éireann.Today, Monday, July 15, is expected to remain mostly dry, with mist and fog patches will clear in the morning with bright
'Weather conditions are set to become more changeable this week with showers of rain making a return, according to Met Éireann.Today, Monday, July 15, is expected to remain mostly dry, with mist and fog patches will clear in the morning with bright or sunny spells, according to the national forecaster.However, there will be a few scattered showers developing later in the day, mainly in Atlantic coastal counties.Today will remain warm, with maximum temperatures of 20° to 24°, but a little cooler on some coasts, especially in the south and west.Tonight will remain dry in many areas, but scattered outbreaks of showery rain will extend from the west, mainly affecting parts of Ulster, Connacht and west Munster.Minimum temperatures will range from 10° to 14°. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, with scattered outbreaks of showery rain, persistent in some areas.However, Atlantic coastal areas will remain largely dry, with some bright or sunny spells.Temperatures will remain quite warm and humid reaching 18° to 23°. Tuesday night will be dry in most areas, with clear spells and light to moderate southwesterly winds.However, outbreaks of showery rain will develop in Atlantic coastal counties by morning.Wednesday will be cloudy, with outbreaks of rain extending eastwards across the country.Rain will turn persistent at times, with some heavy bursts, especially in Atlantic coastal counties in the afternoon and early evening.Thursday will be dry in many areas, with sunny spells, but some scattered showers will occur, mainly in Ulster, Connacht and west Munster.Maximum temperatures will reach 16° to 21°, with warmest conditions in the east and south.Winds will be light to moderate, west to southwest in direction.Finally, on Thursday night, a spell of more persistent rain will extend from the southwest, but the northern half of the country it will remain largely dry until morning. . The post Scattered showers with mild temperatures this week appeared first on Agriland.ie .'

Dry weather to last the weekend – Met Éireann

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A warm, largely dry weekend is in store for the country in general over the coming days, according to Met Éireann.Today will be mainly dry with a fair amount of cloud and some sunny intervals, the best of these in the south and south-east.
'A warm, largely dry weekend is in store for the country in general over the coming days, according to Met Éireann.Today will be mainly dry with a fair amount of cloud and some sunny intervals, the best of these in the south and south-east.Some light showers will affect northern parts of Connacht and Ulster and a few will drift down to south Ulster and north Leinster.Highest temperatures will reach 17° to 22° with moderate north-west breezes, according to the national meteorological office.Tonight will be dry with a mix of cloudy periods and some clear spells.Lowest temperatures of 10° to 12° are expected.Good drying is expected this weekend and for a time on Monday.Drying conditions will become poorer by the middle days of next week.Meanwhile, there will be opportunities for spraying this weekend and on Monday.However, it will turn wetter and breezier by mid-week next week.Regarding field conditions, soil moisture deficits are generally high over the southern half of the country, between 40 and 60mm.This is causing some restriction to growth in these areas, according to Met Éireann.Tomorrow Tomorrow will be dry with bright or sunny spells.Highest temperatures of 17° to 23° are anticipated with mostly light northerly breezes, coolest in the north and warmest in the south.Meanwhile, tomorrow night will be dry with clear spells, and lowest temperatures of 9° to 11°. Outlook Sunday will be warm and dry with sunny spells.Highest temperatures will hit 20° to 25° and mainly easterly breezes.Monday will be warm also with highest temperatures of 21° to 25°. Much of the day will be dry.However through the evening showers or longer spells of rain will move up from the south, according to Met Éireann. . The post Dry weather to last the weekend – Met Éireann appeared first on Agriland.ie .'