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Ireland weather: Met Eireann forecast sudden cold dip before unusual ‘big swings in temperatures’

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Temperatures are set to plummet in Ireland on Friday night before they make a miraculous jump to the high teens over the weekend.

One weather expert has warned people to expect “big swings in temperatures” over the next week.

Friday night will see the mercury drop as low as 2C but the national forecaster has predicted highs of 18C early next week in an unusual weather trend.

A Met Eireann forecaster said: “Cloudy in many southern parts for the rest of today with isolated light showers and a few brighter spells. Clearer across the northern half of the country with long spells of sunshine in most areas, but cloud will increase over northern parts of Connacht and Leinster later on. Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees generally with light winds, milder in the southwest with highs of 15 or 16 degrees.

“Most places dry with just scattered outbreaks of light rain or drizzle. It’ll turn misty in places later with possible fog. Cold in Ulster initially, with lowest temperatures of 2 to 4 degrees, but milder in the south with lows of 7 to 10 degrees which will extend northwards overnight.



09/01/2021 Pictured are Poolbeg power station’s chimneys, with the snow covered Dublin/Wicklow mountains in the background, as members of the public brave the icy conditions in Dublin today on a walk along the Dollymount Wooden bridge (Photograph: Leah Farrell / RollingNews.ie)

Outbreaks of rain developing on Saturday in the west by late morning but starting mainly dry elsewhere. The rain will gradually spread eastwards to all areas during the afternoon and early evening. Moderate southerlies will increase fresh at times. Highest temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees.

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“Mild, cloudy and breezy with rain at times for the weekend and early days of next week. Turning cooler later next week.”

And weather experts are predicting temperatures to take a jump from Monday with 17C and 18C felt in parts of the country.

The forecaster added: “Breezy and mostly cloudy Monday with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times early in the day. Mild for the time of year with highest temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees in moderate southerly winds, fresh to strong on coasts.

“Continuing mild, breezy and generally unsettled with outbreaks of rain for Tuesday and Wednesday. Daytime highs of 16 to 18 degrees.

“Then turning cooler later next week as winds turn northwesterly, bringing brighter weather with sunshine and showers. Daytime highs of just 9 or 10 degrees, with frosts developing by night.”

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