After a snow/ice warning that was in place for the whole of Ireland, Met Eireann is now predicting sunny and dry weather with the only the odd shower for Dublin!
It’s also expected that temperatures hitting well over double temperatures this week.
Today, Wednesday will feel milder than the last few days with some cloudy weather with patchy rain and drizzle at times.
Met Eireann also says it will turn dry later on with temperatures of 10C dropping to a low 3C in the night time. There will also be thickening cloud and outbreaks of rain spreading overnight.
Any remaining frost and icy patches soon clearing and gradually turning milder today. Mostly cloudy overall with a good deal of dry weather, but some patchy rain / drizzle at times & more persistent rain for a time in the far north. Breezy with highest temperatures of 7 to 10°C. pic.twitter.com/AUKXe8LUbc
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) January 29, 2020
Thursday will begin cloudy with outbreaks of rain and drizzle following. The afternoon will be brighter with some sunny spells developing and temperatures reaching 12C. On Friday, the forecaster says:
“Outbreaks of rain in the morning will clear to make way for mostly dry conditions for a time with sunny spells and isolated showers.There will be highs of 10 to 12 degrees. Moderate southwesterly winds will freshen and become gusty through the afternoon.”
For weekend weather, Met Eireann suggests a dry and bright day on Saturday but rain will sweep across the country overnight on Saturday, clearing for showers and sunny spells on Sunday.