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15-05-2019, 07:14   #5236
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TRENDS for week of 15 to 21 May

-- Temperatures will average 1 or 2 deg above normal.

-- Rainfall will average about 10-15 mm, a little below normal but above 50%.

-- Sunshine will average near normal, 5 to 6 hours a day.


FORECASTS

TODAY will feature hazy sunshine and warm temperatures of 19 to 23 C except near some south and east facing coasts where sea breezes may hold down the maximum temperatures to 16 C.

TONIGHT will be hazy with increasing cloud and lows 5 to 10 C.

THURSDAY will bring a mixture of cloud and sunshine, isolated showers mainly in the southwest and western counties, and highs 17 to 20 C.

FRIDAY will be cloudy with a few brighter intervals mainly in Ulster and north Leinster, and highs will be near 17 C with rainfalls of 5 to 10 mm expected.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK is for partly cloudy skies both days, some scattered showers but a fair amount of dry weather too. Highs in the normal range of about 15 to 17 C.

NEXT WEEK should continue roughly similar with highs 16 to 19 C, isolated showers but also some decent sunny spells, before it starts to turn cooler and more unsettled towards the end of next week.

My local weather on Tuesday was overcast, still rather warm and humid with rain setting in around mid-afternoon, only a few mms locally and highs near 18 C. Feeling cooler this evening.

Please note, I am moving house this week and it looks like no internet at forecast time so it's possible that I will not be back on line until Thursday morning (your time). We are not going a long way from the current location but it's a bit further south and also a little higher above sea level, probably means more snow in the winter and similar weather the other three seasons.
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TRENDS for week of 15 to 21 May

-- Temperatures will average 1 or 2 deg above normal.

-- Rainfall will average about 10-15 mm, a little below normal but above 50%.

-- Sunshine will average near normal, 5 to 6 hours a day.


FORECASTS

TODAY will feature hazy sunshine and warm temperatures of 19 to 23 C except near some south and east facing coasts where sea breezes may hold down the maximum temperatures to 16 C.

TONIGHT will be hazy with increasing cloud and lows 5 to 10 C.

THURSDAY will bring a mixture of cloud and sunshine, isolated showers mainly in the southwest and western counties, and highs 17 to 20 C.

FRIDAY will be cloudy with a few brighter intervals mainly in Ulster and north Leinster, and highs will be near 17 C with rainfalls of 5 to 10 mm expected.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK is for partly cloudy skies both days, some scattered showers but a fair amount of dry weather too. Highs in the normal range of about 15 to 17 C.

NEXT WEEK should continue roughly similar with highs 16 to 19 C, isolated showers but also some decent sunny spells, before it starts to turn cooler and more unsettled towards the end of next week.

My local weather on Tuesday was overcast, still rather warm and humid with rain setting in around mid-afternoon, only a few mms locally and highs near 18 C. Feeling cooler this evening.

Please note, I am moving house this week and it looks like no internet at forecast time so it's possible that I will not be back on line until Friday morning (your time). We are not going a long way from the current location but it's a bit further south and also a little higher above sea level, probably means more snow in the winter and similar weather the other three seasons.
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17-05-2019, 06:58   #5238
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TRENDS for the week of 17 to 23 May 2019

-- Temperatures will average around normal to perhaps 1.5 deg above normal in some places.

-- Rainfall will average about 25 to 40 per cent of normal values.

-- Sunshine will average near normal values although possibly a bit less during the first half of the interval.


FORECASTS

TODAY ... Mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain in western counties this morning fading by mid-day, then another pulse of showery rain moving westward from Leinster early afternoon towards the Atlantic coast by late afternoon. Amounts only 2 to 5 mm for most and it could remain dry in a few locations. Highs 16 to 19 C.

TONIGHT ... Cloudy and misty with a few patches of light rain or drizzle, lows near 7 C.

SATURDAY ... Variable cloud, showers and isolated thunderstorms or heavier showers, highs 16 to 19 C.

SUNDAY ... Partly cloudy, isolated showers, lows near 7 C and highs 15 to 18 C.

MONDAY ... Sunny intervals, showers mainly in northern counties, lows near 6 C and highs near 17 C.

TUESDAY ... Partly cloudy, showers, highs near 16 C.

OUTLOOK ... Little change in the rather bland weather pattern with a light easterly wind prevailing, eventually greater chances of rain followed by a colder turn before the end of the month.

My local weather has been overcast all day with some rain at times, highs near 15 C. My move is more or less completed now for the unpacking phase.
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TRENDS for the week of 18 to 24 May

-- Temperatures will average near or slightly below normal.

-- Rainfall will average near or slightly above normal.

-- Sunshine will be only half to perhaps three-quarters of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will be generally light and from a mostly northerly direction but with variations to westerly later.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be partly to mostly cloudy with showers developing and risk of an isolated thunderstorm. Highs 13 to 16 C.

TONIGHT will be partly cloudy and cool with mist patches developing and lows 3 to 7 C.

SUNDAY will be partly cloudy with isolated showers, mostly in northern counties, and one or two of those could be heavy. Highs 13 to 17 C.

MONDAY will be partly cloudy but with more generous sunshine in the south, showers confined mostly to the north. Lows 4 to 7 C. Highs 13 to 16 C.

TUESDAY will be partly to mostly cloudy and cool with a few showers, lows near 7 C and highs near 15 C.

WEDNESDAY will be overcast with rain developing, highs near 14 C.

OUTLOOK calls for a continuation of this somewhat cooler pattern with more tendency to unsettled weather. No definitive signs of heavy rainfalls later in the month but would not be surprising to see rainfall eventually reaching normal monthly values after a rather dry start to the month.

My local weather has been cloudy and cool all day with intermittent light rain and highs around 13 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 19 to 25 May

-- Temperatures will average near or slightly below normal.

-- Rainfall will average near or slightly above normal.

-- Sunshine will be only half to perhaps three-quarters of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will be generally light and from a mostly northerly direction but with variations to moderate westerly by the end of the week.


FORECASTS

TODAY will become partly cloudy after a rather overcast start, with isolated showers developing, mostly in northern counties, and one or two of those could be heavy. Highs 13 to 17 C.

TONIGHT will see some clearing especially in south and west, with lows 4 to 7 C.

MONDAY will be partly cloudy but with more generous sunshine in the south, showers confined mostly to the north. Lows 4 to 7 C. Highs 13 to 16 C.

TUESDAY will be partly to mostly cloudy and cool with a few showers, lows near 7 C and highs near 15 C.

WEDNESDAY will be partly cloudy for the morning and early afternoon also in Leinster, then becoming overcast with rain developing from the west by late in the day, highs near 14 C. Some persistent rainfalls overnight into Thursday morning could bring 10-20 mm.

THURSDAY will see rain tapering off to showers with a gradual clearing trend, lows near 10 C and highs near 14 C.

FRIDAY will become partly cloudy with better sunshine and highs near 16 C.

WEEKEND OF 25th-26th OUTLOOK ... Rather cloudy, breezy, and humid with frequent showers and highs near 18 C.

FURTHER OUTLOOK ... Turning cooler with northerly breezes, occasional showers, highs only 12 to 15 C, a few degrees below normal for late May.

My local weather was overcast and quite cool with occasional light rain and highs only about 12 C. Not a very good start to our May holiday weekend but perhaps some improvements as the full moon can now be seen behind broken high cloud layers.
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20-05-2019, 06:43   #5241
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TRENDS for the week of 20 to 26 May

-- Temperatures will average 0.5 to 1.5 deg below normal. Highs will be typically around 15 C.

-- Rainfall will average about 10 to 20 mm which is near or slightly below average.

-- Sunshine will average about 4 to 5 hours a day, which is also slightly below average.


FORECASTS


TODAY will be partly cloudy with more persistent cloud in north, some showers there with isolated heavier showers possible, but some parts of the south will remain dry. Highs 13 to 16 C.

TONIGHT will feature some clear spells and cool temperatures in the 1 to 5 C range, scattered light ground frost possible.

TUESDAY will be partly cloudy with longer sunny intervals in the south, scattered showers in parts of the north, and highs 13 to 16 C.

WEDNESDAY will start out sunny to partly cloudy, turning overcast later in the day, with rain by evening in the west. Lows 1 to 5 C and highs about 17 C.

THURSDAY will bring intervals of rain (10-15 mm for some) and highs near 14 C with a gradual slow clearing trend later in the day.

FRIDAY will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and highs near 15 C.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK (25-26 May) calls for humid, overcast to partly cloudy weather with a few showers and moderate westerly winds, lows near 8 C and highs near 17 C.

NEXT WEEK will turn a bit cooler again with occasional showers and sunny spells, and highs around 12 to 14 C.

My local weather was partly cloudy and dry on Sunday with a high near 15 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 21 to 27 May

-- Temperatures will average near normal. Highs will be typically around 17 C.

-- Rainfall will average about 10 to 20 mm which is near or slightly below average.

-- Sunshine will average about 4 to 5 hours a day, which is also slightly below average.


FORECASTS


TODAY will be partly cloudy with longer sunny intervals in the south, scattered showers in parts of the north, and highs 13 to 16 C north, to about 16 to 19 C south.

TONIGHT will see clear intervals again with lows 1 to 5 C and scattered light ground frosts in north midlands.

WEDNESDAY will start out sunny to partly cloudy, turning overcast later in the day, with rain by evening in the west. Lows 1 to 5 C and highs about 17 C.

THURSDAY will bring intervals of rain (5-15 mm for some) and highs of 14 to 17 C with a gradual slow clearing trend later in the day.

FRIDAY will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and lows near 6 C, highs near 17 C.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK (25-26 May) calls for humid, overcast to partly cloudy weather with a few showers and moderate westerly winds, lows near 8 C and highs near 17 C.

NEXT WEEK will turn a bit cooler again with occasional showers and sunny spells, and highs around 12 to 15 C.

My local weather was partly cloudy in the morning and overcast by afternoon but dry on Monday with a high near 15 C. There was a fairly intense outbreak of severe storms in Texas and Oklahoma although so far reports suggest that it avoided the major damage feared, with flooding rainfalls being the more pressing concern as 200 mm fell near Tulsa, OK. However there may have been one or two isolated destructive tornado touchdowns, difficult to say until daylight breaks in the region. This complex of storms will redevelop on Tuesday in Missouri and Arkansas.
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SUMMER OUTLOOK -- Here's a brief overview of how I think the summer of 2019 might turn out. The key word is average -- most indications are that the current rather featureless and bland weather pattern will continue to be the background theme, so June and possibly July temperatures will remain quite close to average and so will rainfall, although there may be one or two places seeing quite an isolated heavy downpour at some point in that kind of scenario. Then I believe that a warmer trend will set in for August and early September which may be warmer than average and reasonably dry with the possibility of isolated heavy thunderstorm rainfalls. At this point I don't think it will be a lot different from the long-term averages but that may make for a reasonably pleasant summer.


TRENDS for the week of 22 to 28 May

-- Temperatures will average to slightly above normal. Highs will be typically around 17 C.

-- Rainfall will average about 10 to 20 mm which is near or slightly below average.

-- Sunshine will average about 4 to 5 hours a day, which is also slightly below average.


FORECASTS


TODAY will start out partly cloudy to overcast, with best chances for sunshine near the south coast and in east Ulster where it will also be turning overcast later in the day, then rain will develop by evening in the southwest. Highs about 15 to 18 C.

TONIGHT will see patchy light rain spreading further east, 5-10 mm in some parts, and lows near 10 C.

THURSDAY will bring further intervals of rain (5-15 mm for some) and highs of 14 to 17 C with a gradual slow clearing trend later in the day as the rain fragments to isolated showers.

FRIDAY will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and lows near 6 C, highs near 17 or 18 C.

SATURDAY will be mostly cloudy but with some sunny intervals in the south, warmer and rather humid, with showers possible in north Connacht and Ulster mainly, highs near 18 C north and 21 C inland south although cooler near west and south coasts where some persistent low cloud may linger

SUNDAY will bring cooler air and a line of showers that may contain one or two thunderstorms, a few stronger wind gusts to 60 km/hr, and highs near 17 C.

NEXT WEEK will see a slight decrease in temperatures but it should stay fairly close to average at about 14 to 16 C with a few showers on most days.

My local weather on Tuesday was mostly cloudy with a few breaks and the high was about 16 C.
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TRENDS for the week of May 23 to 29, 2019

-- Temperatures will average near normal although warmer on the weekend, cooler after Monday.

-- Rainfall will average 50 to 75 per cent of normal.

-- Sunshine may average near normal for a few parts of the south and southwest, otherwise 50 to 75 per cent of normal.

-- It will become considerably breezier than recent days (weeks) by the weekend and this trend may continue next week.


FORECASTS ...

TODAY will be mostly cloudy with a few breaks developing this afternoon and evening. Light rain will continue to edge east, becoming more showery later this morning and tending to die out completely during the afternoon. 2 to 7 mm amounts will be typical. Highs 15 to 18 C.

TONIGHT will be partly cloudy with lows near 7 C.

FRIDAY will be cloudy with sunny intervals, and some isolated showers will develop from north Connacht into the midlands and south Ulster. Highs about 16 C.

SATURDAY will be rather warm with some sunny breaks despite a predominantly cloudy sky in most parts, perhaps longer sunny intervals for the inland southwest, and isolated showers in the north. It will feel quite humid compared to most of this month, and highs will reach 20 C inland.

SUNDAY will become breezy and turn cooler in stages with some heavy showers along a cold front and the risk of an isolated thunderstorm, but fresher and partly cloudy by afternoon and evening, lows only about 12 C and highs near 17 C. Winds becoming west to northwest about 50 to 70 km/hr.

MONDAY will be breezy and cooler, with frequent showers and risk of a brief thunderstorm. Highs about 14 C.

TUESDAY will be cloudy with sunny intervals, isolated showers and brisk northerly winds, quite cool for late May, highs 11 to 14 C.

The OUTLOOK beyond that is unsettled and only slightly warmer into the 14 to 16 C range.

My local weather was partly cloudy with better sunny breaks by late afternoon and evening, and a comfortable 17 C.
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TRENDS for the week of May 24 to 30, 2019

-- Temperatures will average slightly below normal after Saturday reaches above normal briefly, but considerably cooler readings next week will dominate the averages which may run 1 to 2 degrees below normal by the 30th.

-- Rainfall will average near normal but most of that will come towards the end of the interval, before then just 25 to 50 per cent of normal amounts can be expected.

-- Sunshine may average near normal for a few parts of the south and southwest, otherwise 50 to 75 per cent of normal.

-- It will become considerably breezier than recent days (weeks) by the weekend and this trend may continue next week.


FORECASTS ...

TODAY will be cloudy with sunny intervals, and some isolated showers will develop from north Connacht into the midlands and south Ulster. Highs about 16 C.

TONIGHT will be rather cloudy and misty but mild with drizzle near Atlantic coasts at times, lows 9 to 12 C.

SATURDAY will be rather warm with some sunny breaks developing despite a predominantly cloudy sky in most parts, perhaps longer sunny intervals for the inland southwest, and isolated showers in the north, the outer edges of some heavier rain pushing across western Scotland. It will feel quite humid compared to most of this month, and highs will reach 20 C inland.

SUNDAY will become breezy and turn cooler in stages with some heavy showers along a cold front and the risk of an isolated thunderstorm, but fresher and partly cloudy by afternoon and evening, lows only about 12 C and highs near 17 C. Winds becoming west to northwest about 50 to 70 km/hr. About 5 mm of rain will fall on average, some places could get closer to 10 mm but it won't be raining for long intervals, just short, sharp bursts followed by clearing.

MONDAY will be breezy and cooler, with frequent showers and risk of a brief thunderstorm. Lows near 7 C and highs about 14 C.

TUESDAY will be cloudy with sunny intervals, isolated showers and brisk northerly winds, quite cool for late May, lows near 5 C and highs 11 to 14 C.

WEDNESDAY will continue cool and dry with lows 2 to 5 C and highs 11 to 16 C.

The OUTLOOK beyond that is unsettled and only slightly warmer into the 14 to 16 C range with the risk of heavier rainfalls at times towards the end of the month. The first ten days of June are looking generally cool but frequently dry once the brief wetter interval at end of this month closes out by about 2nd of June. Typical highs then may be a few degrees below seasonal averages, or around 16 C rather than 18 to 20 which is the normal range.

My local weather was bright despite a lot of higher cloud most of the day, and a bit warmer with highs near 20 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 25 to 31 May 2019 ...

-- Temperatures will be near average with somewhat cooler than normal readings in the first half of next week.

-- Rainfall will average near normal amounts in the north but will continue below normal in some parts of the south. Most of the rainfall counting towards this total will be around Wednesday and Thursday after some smaller amounts on Sunday and Monday.

-- Sunshine will probably average a bit below normal (which is about six hours a day).


FORECASTS

TODAY will be mostly cloudy with some mid-day and afternoon sunny breaks mostly in the midlands. It will feel quite humid and highs could reach 20 or 21 C inland, but 18 C around Dublin and 16 C near west coast where low cloud and spotty drizzle may linger.

TONIGHT will see frequent light rain showers and possibly a brief thundershower, with lows around 12 C.

SUNDAY will have clearing skies during the late morning then a partly cloudy and fresher afternoon with scattered showers, winds increasing to westerly 40 to 60 km/hr, and highs near 17 C.

MONDAY will be cloudy with a few breaks, and frequent showers, some rather heavy with hail and thunder. Lows near 7 C and highs near 15.

TUESDAY will be partly cloudy and cool with lows near 5 C and highs near 14 C.

WEDNESDAY will become overcast after a clear but cool start, then rain will sweep in although perhaps rather showery in the far south. Highs will be about 15 C.

OUTLOOK is rather uncertain, guidance has been wavering between cooler weather returning, or a continuation of the mid-week frontal zone weather with more showers and near average temperatures. Early June is starting to look a bit warmer again with fairly pleasant conditions most days and temperatures at least near normal if not slightly above at times.

My local weather was overcast, muggy and showery with a few heavier bursts of rain and one or two rumbles of distant thunder. The radar was showing activity all over the region moving from east to west around a broad low pressure area in southern Washington state and central Idaho. This is going to keep pumping moisture our way and so we're looking at a fairly wet weekend here (near the U.S.-Canada border in southern B.C.).
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TRENDS for the week of 26 May to 1 June, 2019

-- Temperatures will average near normal although cool at first, warmer than average later to balance things out.

-- Rainfalls may actually exceed normal amounts in some parts of the northern and central counties, south still looking a bit drier.

-- Sunshine will be challenged to reach even half of normal and will have to do most of that after about Thursday (today may help a bit).


FORECASTS

TODAY will see the last of the cloud and showers from the passing front rapidly moving away to be followed by partly cloudy and breezy weather with perhaps a few more showers developing, these mainly in the northwest. Highs 15 to 18 C, winds west to northwest 40-60 km/hr.

TONIGHT will be partly cloudy to overcast with occasional light rain and diminishing westerly breezes, lows near 8 C.

MONDAY will be cloudy with occasional rain and risk of heavier showers with thunder or hail in a few spots. Cooler with highs only about 14 C.

TUESDAY will be partly cloudy, mostly dry with isolated showers, and cool, lows near 4 C and highs near 15 C.

WEDNESDAY will start out clear and chilly with morning lows 2 to 5 C, then increasing cloud will lead to rain, highs near 15 C.

THURSDAY will see further rain tapering to showers, then gradual clearing, lows near 9 C and highs near 15 C.

FRIDAY and the WEEKEND are now looking improved with sunshine at times each day and relatively warm highs near 20 or 21 C.

The first part of June looks similar although with a few weak frontal systems bringing brief showery intervals, but the dominant theme will be dry and reasonably warm at times.

My local weather on Saturday was overcast with occasional light rain, highs about 16 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 27 May to 2 June 2019

-- Temperatures will average near normal or slightly below (to 1.5 deg below).

-- Rainfall will be near average but may exceed average amounts in central and northern counties.

-- Sunshine will be only about half of the normal six hours per day on average.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be mostly cloudy with a few breaks, and frequent showers will develop, some with hail and thunder. Rainfalls of 5 to 15 mm for most, perhaps 2 to 5 mm near south coast.

TONIGHT will be partly cloudy and cool with just isolated remnant showers, lows 3 to 7 C.

TUESDAY will be partly cloudy to overcast and cool with isolated showers and highs near 13 C.

WEDNESDAY will see rain from early morning in the south and west, spreading further north later in the day. About 10 mm of rain may fall in some areas. Lows near 7 C (2 to 5 C in east Ulster and north Leinster) and highs near 15 C.

THURSDAY will bring continued heavy showers, with a gradual clearing trend late in the day, lows near 8 C and highs near 16 C.

FRIDAY will be partly cloudy, warm and rather humid with outbreaks of rain returning later in the day, highs near 19 C and possibly a bit higher in Leinster.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK -- Latest guidance shows further outbreaks of rain during the weekend and it should stay relatively warm at 18 to 20 C.

FURTHER OUTLOOK -- Rain at times then turning cooler during the first week of June.

My local weather on Sunday was mostly cloudy with light rain showers at times, then clearing up during the evening. The high was about 16 degrees.

(on a road trip for a few days, should have internet and will try to post forecasts at usual times but some might be a bit delayed)
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TRENDS for the week of 28 May to 3 June 2019

-- Temperatures will average near normal for late May into early June, although days may be cooler while nights are milder than average due to frequent cloud cover.

-- Rainfall will average near normal to 25% above normal in some northern and central counties.

-- Sunshine will average below normal by as much as half the usual amount which is about 6 hours a day.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be partly cloudy and cool with just a few isolated showers, highs near 15 C.

TONIGHT will be overcast with rain in parts of Munster, lows near 7 C.

WEDNESDAY will be mostly cloudy with further outbreaks of rain spreading into central and northern counties. Highs 16 to 18 C in Munster, 12 to 15 C elsewhere.

THURSDAY will be cloudy with showers bringing rainfall totals for the two days up to about 20 mm in places. Lows near 9 C and highs near 15 C.

FRIDAY will be rather warm and humid with outbreaks of rain, possibly becoming heavy in some western counties. Highs near 18 C.

SATURDAY there will be some early sunshine or at least dry spells then rain is expected later in the day moving into the southwest by early afternoon and the east coast by later afternoon. Highs around 17 C.

SUNDAY will bring showers and gusty winds, highs near 15 C.

At present the outlook for next week is cooler and somewhat unsettled, highs mostly in the 14 to 16 C range.

My local weather was sunny with cloudy intervals and the high was about 25 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 29 May to 4 June 2019

-- Temperatures will average near normal (nights may be 1-2 deg above normal due to persistent cloud).

-- Rainfall will average 25 to 50 per cent above normal for many areas.

-- Sunshine will average only about half of the normal amount.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain moving further north and becoming heavier in Ulster and north Connacht later. Highs about 15 C in north to 18 C in south.

TONIGHT will be overcast with further rain and lows near 12 C.

THURSDAY will be warm and humid with showers and isolated thunderstorms, highs near 20 C.

FRIDAY will be wet in most western and northern counties, starting off partly cloudy in east and south but overcast by afternoon with showers, highs 18 to 21 C.

SATURDAY will see some clearing during the morning and a dry interval mid-day before more rain arrives at least in the west by late afternoon, spreading east overnight. Highs near 19 C.

SUNDAY will be partly to mostly cloudy with showers, cooler with moderate southwest to west winds, highs near 16 C.

OUTLOOK ... Cooler with showers first part of next week, then somewhat warmer but mostly cloudy with risk of some heavier rain developing.

My local weather (still near the coast on Tuesday) was cloudy for the morning and sunny by afternoon, highs near 21 C.
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