So there’s another bank holiday weekend on our doorstep and as usual the weather just keeps on giving.
Just like the last bank holiday weekend, we’re been dealt a hand of misery for the coming days.
We all know how dark and gloomy it is out there today but showers are expected to become more isolated in parts, with lowest temperatures of -1 degrees.
Saturday will see mist, fog and frost but it will clear for scattered showers, however, it is supposed to be somewhat brighter than the last few days, while the night will be cold with clear spells and lowest temperatures of -3.
Easter Sunday is set to be frosty, but we might actually see some spells of sunshine for much of the day, however, cloud and rain will develop over time.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 30, 2018
Moderate breezes will make it feel cool throughout the day and as usual, the night will see many showers over the country.
Monday is expected to have bands of heavy blustery rain, while snow could be on the cards!
Sure that’s just the perfect hangover cure right there…