Published on February 4th, 2014 | by BoyleToday.com0
Bad weather to continue
Wednesday: The heavy overnight rain will clear from the east coast soon after dawn, but then heavy showers will break out across the country during the morning and afternoon. The showers will tend to merge to longer spells of rain by the middle of the day with the risk of very heavy rain in thundery downpours. Severe flooding may occur. Then towards evening the showers will become more isolated but it will get windy and blustery, the wind direction being westerly.
Thursday: Thursday will be a much brighter day with showers frequent over the western half of the country, but the showers staying well scattered on the eastern side. Highest temperatures will be around 6 or 7 degrees. Thursday night will be clear, but it will be cold and frosty as air temperatures fall to freezing.
Friday: It will be a bright and frosty start to the day. The morning will be generally sunny and dry, but in the afternoon cloud will increase and rain will reach the southwest by the end of the afternoon. During the evening and night the heavy rain extends to all parts of the country.
Saturday: A very showery day, with the showers again merging to longer spells of rain and occasional heavy thundery downpours. Flooding is again likely to occur.
Sunday: The showers on Sunday will be mostly confined to the western half of the country and the eastern side of Ireland will be much drier and brighter.