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04-05-2019, 07:55   #5221
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TRENDS for the week of 4 to 10 May

-- Temperatures will average 2 to 4 deg below normal.

-- Rainfall will average near normal (most of it will occur Tuesday into Wednesday) but above normal in parts of the south.

-- Sunshine will average a little below normal, with more generous amounts at first followed by persistent cloud.

-- Winds will be generally light north to northeast until Tuesday then moderate northeast to east in direction.


FORECASTS ...


TODAY will be sunny with cloudy intervals and cool, with fresh northeast breezes at times, highs 10 to 14 C.

TONIGHT will be clear with a few cloudy intervals in the north, and cool with scattered frost, lows -2 to +3 C.

SUNDAY will start out frosty in places again, with a gradual increase in higher cloud in parts of the west and south, cool with light winds, and lows -2 to +3 C, highs 9 to 13 C.

MONDAY will be cloudy with some sunny breaks, and showery outbreaks of light rain in parts of Ulster and Connacht mostly, lows 1 to 4 C and highs 10 to 14 C.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY will bring stronger east to northeast winds, possibly reaching 50 to 80 km/hr in exposed parts of the south, and outbreaks of rain becoming persistent and heavy in some places in south Leinster and Munster. Highs only about 8 to 11 C.

OUTLOOK calls for quite cool weather to continue a few more days before a gradual moderating trend in the following week.

My local weather on Friday was partly cloudy with somewhat milder highs near 14 C.

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05-05-2019, 07:17   #5222
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TRENDS for the week of 5 to 11 May

-- Temperatures will average 1 to 3 deg below normal.

-- Rainfall will average near normal (most of it will occur Tuesday to Thursday) but above normal in parts of the south, and perhaps below normal in the north.

-- Sunshine will average below normal, with more generous amounts today but longer intervals of persistent cloud later in the week.

-- Winds will be generally light north to northeast until Tuesday then moderate northeast to east in direction.


FORECASTS ...


TODAY will start out frosty in places again, sunny at first with a gradual increase in higher cloud in parts of the west and south, cool with light winds, and highs 9 to 13 C.

TONIGHT will be rather cloudy in the north with light rain developing by morning, lows near 4 C. Central and southern counties will have longer clear intervals and could see scattered light ground frost although not quite as cool as the past two nights, lows 1 to 4 C.

MONDAY will be cloudy with some sunny breaks, and showery outbreaks of light rain in parts of Ulster and Connacht mostly, and isolated showers in parts of west Munster by afternoon, with highs 10 to 14 C.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY will bring stronger east to northeast winds, possibly reaching 50 to 80 km/hr in exposed parts of the south, and outbreaks of rain becoming persistent and heavy in some places in south Leinster and Munster by Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Highs only about 8 to 11 C. Winds will back from northeast to north as the disturbance moves into Britain on Wednesday. Slow clearing will follow in western counties but it will remain unsettled in the east.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY will continue quite chilly for May, with highs only 8 to 12 C, and outbreaks of light rain, that could turn sleety on higher terrain in the north. Winds will become more northwest then variable as more weak disturbances form in the cold air mass.

The OUTLOOK calls for a slow moderation to near normal temperatures through the weekend of 11th-12th and somewhat warmer by Monday into Tuesday, but then another spell of cooler and unsettled weather may follow on northeast winds.

My local weather on Saturday was cloudy with highs near 14 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 6 to 12 May

-- Temperatures will average 2 or 3 deg below normal values.

-- Rainfall will be near normal for most, somewhat above in the south and parts of the northwest.

-- Sunshine will be below average, perhaps as little as 50% of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will become moderate northeast then later northwest in the interval, before dropping back to light near weekend of 11th-12th.

FORECASTS:

TODAY will be partly cloudy in the south, to overcast in the north, where outbreaks of light rain may bring 1 or 2 mm to parts of Ulster. Rather cool especially in the north where highs only 9 or 10 C, to about 14 C in parts of Munster.

TONIGHT will be partly to mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers, lows 3 to 7 C.

TUESDAY will be cloudy with a few brighter intervals, showers gradually increasing in coverage, leading to outbreaks of rain in the south by evening. Winds will increase to east-northeast 40 to 70 km/hr. Highs 11 to 14 C.

WEDNESDAY will see rainfalls of 10-20 mm in parts of the south and east, more scattered and showery further north where skies may become partly cloudy at times, remaining quite cool in northeast to north winds 40 to 70 km/hr, lows near 8 C and highs 11 to 13 C.

THURSDAY will be partly cloudy with some heavy showers at times spreading in from west to east, highs near 13 C.

FRIDAY will continue cool with a few more showers, highs near 13 C.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK calls for clearing skies and while cold at night, somewhat warmer days especially by Sunday and following Monday into Tuesday 14th, highs could reach 18 to 20 C in southeast winds. This warmer spell will gradually cool back to lower teens in more of an easterly flow.

My local weather on Sunday was partly cloudy and pleasantly warm at 17 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 6 to 12 May

-- Temperatures will average 2 or 3 deg below normal values.

-- Rainfall will be near normal for most, somewhat above in the south and parts of the northwest.

-- Sunshine will be below average, perhaps as little as 50% of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will become moderate northeast then later northwest in the interval, before dropping back to light near weekend of 11th-12th.

FORECASTS:

TODAY will be partly cloudy in the south, to overcast in the north, where outbreaks of light rain may bring 1 or 2 mm to parts of Ulster. Rather cool especially in the north where highs only 9 or 10 C, to about 14 C in parts of Munster.

TONIGHT will be partly to mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers, lows 3 to 7 C.

TUESDAY will be cloudy with a few brighter intervals, showers gradually increasing in coverage, leading to outbreaks of rain in the south by evening. Winds will increase to east-northeast 40 to 70 km/hr. Highs 11 to 14 C.

WEDNESDAY will see rainfalls of 10-20 mm in parts of the south and east, more scattered and showery further north where skies may become partly cloudy at times, remaining quite cool in northeast to north winds 40 to 70 km/hr, lows near 8 C and highs 11 to 13 C.

THURSDAY will be partly cloudy with some heavy showers at times spreading in from west to east, highs near 13 C.

FRIDAY will continue cool with a few more showers, highs near 13 C.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK calls for clearing skies and while cold at night, somewhat warmer days especially by Sunday and following Monday into Tuesday 14th, highs could reach 18 to 20 C in southeast winds. This warmer spell will gradually cool back to lower teens in more of an easterly flow.

My local weather on Sunday was partly cloudy and pleasantly warm at 17 C.
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TRENDS for the week of 7 to 13 May

-- Temperatures will average about 2 degrees below normal values. There will be a slow warming trend late in the interval.

-- Rainfall will be near normal for most, somewhat above in the south and parts of the northwest.

-- Sunshine will be below average, but will begin to improve later in the period so that overall the result may be about 75% of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will become moderate northeast then later northwest in the interval, before dropping back to light near weekend of 11th-12th.

FORECASTS:

TODAY will be mostly cloudy with a few brighter intervals, showers gradually increasing in coverage, leading to outbreaks of rain in the south by evening. Winds will increase to east-northeast 40 to 70 km/hr. Highs 11 to 14 C.

TONIGHT ... rain heavy at times in the south with 15 to 25 mm possible there, more showery further north with 5 to 10 mm more typical. Milder with moderate northeast winds, lows near 8 C.

WEDNESDAY will see further rainfalls of 5-15 mm in parts of the south and east, more scattered and showery further north where skies may become partly cloudy at times, remaining quite cool in northeast to north winds 40 to 70 km/hr, lows near 8 C and highs 11 to 13 C.

THURSDAY will be partly cloudy with some heavy showers at times spreading in from west to east, highs near 13 C.

FRIDAY will continue cool with a few more showers, highs near 13 C.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK calls for clearing skies and while cold at night, somewhat warmer days especially by Sunday and following Monday into Tuesday 14th, highs could reach 18 to 20 C in southeast winds. This warmer spell will gradually cool back to lower teens in more of an easterly flow but current indications are that this will be quite gradual so most of next week could remain rather warm once it does warm up.

My local weather on Monday was sunny with afternoon cloudy intervals, breezy but warmer at about 19 C.
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08-05-2019, 07:55   #5226
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TRENDS for the week of 8 to 14 May

-- Temperatures will average near normal values but this will be a blend of below normal readings today to Saturday and above normal by Monday and Tuesday.

-- Rainfall will be near normal for most, somewhat above in the south but a lot of this will have fallen by tonight and almost all by Friday. A dry spell of about five days will follow.

-- Sunshine will be below average, but will begin to improve later in the period so that overall the result may be about 75% of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will stay moderate northeast today but will drop back to lighter values for most of the interval after that.

FORECASTS:

TODAY will bring further rainfalls of 5-15 mm in parts of the south and east, more scattered and showery further north where skies may become partly cloudy at times by afternoon and evening, in general it will remain quite cool in northeast to north winds 40 to 70 km/hr, with highs of 11 to 13 C.

TONIGHT will be cloudy with a few showers, moderate northerly winds at times, and lows near 7 C.

THURSDAY will be partly cloudy with some heavy showers with thunder and hail possible, spreading in from west to east, and highs near 13 C although it could be even cooler in Ulster.

FRIDAY will continue cool with a few more showers, lows near 6 C and highs near 13 C.

SATURDAY will become partly cloudy with just isolated outbreaks of light rain and somewhat more sunshine in the mix, lows near 2 C and highs near 14 C.

SUNDAY will be sunny with cloudy intervals, just a slight chance of low cloud and drizzle near northwest coasts, and light winds in most of the country, with frosty lows of -2 to +3 C and highs near 16 C.

MONDAY to WEDNESDAY will become warmer with generous amounts of sunshine, some tendency to cloudier skies in the west at times, but warm temperatures in the 19 to 24 C range, cooled by sea breezes near the south and east coasts.

The outlook is for this warm spell to become cloudier with increasing threats of showery rainfall later in the week, but only a slight decrease in temperatures, if any.

My local weather on Tuesday was sunny with cloudy intervals and reasonably warm near 17 C. There was a fairly widespread outbreak of severe storms in Texas and Oklahoma which will redevelop in southern Texas, eastern Oklahoma and parts of Missouri and Arkansas today.
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TRENDS for the week of 8 to 14 May

-- Temperatures will average near normal values but this will be a blend of below normal readings today to Saturday and above normal by Monday and Tuesday.

-- Rainfall will be near normal for most, somewhat above in the south but a lot of this will have fallen by tonight and almost all by Friday. A dry spell of about five days will follow.

-- Sunshine will be below average, but will begin to improve later in the period so that overall the result may be about 75% of the normal 5 to 6 hours a day.

-- Winds will stay moderate northeast today but will drop back to lighter values for most of the interval after that.

FORECASTS:

TODAY will bring further rainfalls of 5-15 mm in parts of the south and east, more scattered and showery further north where skies may become partly cloudy at times by afternoon and evening, in general it will remain quite cool in northeast to north winds 40 to 70 km/hr, with highs of 11 to 13 C.

TONIGHT will be cloudy with a few showers, moderate northerly winds at times, and lows near 7 C.

THURSDAY will be partly cloudy with some heavy showers with thunder and hail possible, spreading in from west to east, and highs near 13 C although it could be even cooler in Ulster.

FRIDAY will continue cool with a few more showers, lows near 6 C and highs near 13 C.

SATURDAY will become partly cloudy with just isolated outbreaks of light rain and somewhat more sunshine in the mix, lows near 2 C and highs near 14 C.

SUNDAY will be sunny with cloudy intervals, just a slight chance of low cloud and drizzle near northwest coasts, and light winds in most of the country, with frosty lows of -2 to +3 C and highs near 16 C.

MONDAY to WEDNESDAY will become warmer with generous amounts of sunshine, some tendency to cloudier skies in the west at times, but warm temperatures in the 19 to 24 C range, cooled by sea breezes near the south and east coasts.

The outlook is for this warm spell to become cloudier with increasing threats of showery rainfall later in the week, but only a slight decrease in temperatures, if any.

My local weather on Tuesday was sunny with cloudy intervals and reasonably warm near 17 C. There was a fairly widespread outbreak of severe storms in Texas and Oklahoma which will redevelop in southern Texas, eastern Oklahoma and parts of Missouri and Arkansas today.
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TRENDS for the week ahead 9 to 15 May 2019

-- Temperatures will average about 1 deg above normal on average, starting out somewhat below but ending up 3 or 4 deg above normal before the end of the weekly interval.

-- Rainfall mostly today and tomorrow will average about half the normal weekly amount as the rest of the weekly interval will be dry.

-- Sunshine will average near normal after a cloudy start to the weekly period.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy in some eastern counties, with scattered outbreaks of light rain continuing. The heavier falls will be 5 to 10 mm in parts of Leinster and east Ulster. Some longer dry intervals are likely in west Munster and south Connacht. Some heavier and possibly thundery showers will develop this afternoon in the midlands. Highs 10 to 13 C.

TONIGHT will be partly cloudy and rather cool with lows 1 to 4 C. A few isolated showers are likely.

FRIDAY will be partly cloudy with a few isolated showers, and highs 11 to 14 C.

SATURDAY will be partly cloudy with sunny intervals more generous in south and west, morning lows near 2 C and afternoon highs near 14 C.

SUNDAY will feature hazy sunshine and after a cool start, lows 1 to 4 C, a warmer day with highs near 16 C.

NEXT WEEK will become quite warm with sunshine for most although cloudier in parts of the northwest, and highs will range from the low 20s in west and midlands to 16 C near south and east coasts and in parts of Ulster. There will be southeast winds of about 20 to 40 km/hr creating a sea breeze environment for south and east coasts.

This warm spell may eventually turn into a cooler spell of east to northeast breezes and highs closer to normal values (14 to 17 C).

My local weather on Wednesday was sunny with a high near 20 C.
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TRENDS for the week ahead, 10 to 16 May

-- temperatures will gradually warm up and the average will be 1 to 2 deg above normal.

-- rainfall will be generally rather light, 10 to 30 per cent of normal amounts.

-- sunshine will be relatively generous and may exceed normal values by 25% or more.

-- winds will be mostly light to moderate southeasterly after today and Saturday's northerly breezes.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be partly cloudy with isolated showers, with the exception of some heavier rain confined to east/central Ulster. Highs will reach about 14 C in the south and 10 C in the north.

TONIGHT will become clear at times and chilly with scattered light frost, lows -1 to +3 C.

SATURDAY will be partly cloudy to sunny and cool with highs 12 to 15 C.

SUNDAY will feature hazy sunshine after a rather frosty start, lows -2 to +3 C and highs 13 to 16 C.

NEXT WEEK will be generally settled and rather warm, especially away from sea breeze cooled south and east coasts. Highs generally about 19 to 22 C but only 14 to 16 C in those sea breezes. Nights will be milder than this weekend but there could be isolated readings of 2 to 5 C among a more general range of 5 to 10 C for overnight lows. Winds will become moderate southeast to south at times by mid-week. The next widespread rain looks like being at least a week off and could be well into the following week.

My local weather was very pleasant with sunshine all day and a high near 21 C. Our small lake is generating a very localized chill so we are getting alternating 15 and 20 degree breezes which can be a bit disconcerting. There's lots of snow at high elevations so the local mountains are quite spectacular looking but the forests are dry after several months of below normal precipitation so we're being warned that the fire season may start soon as people get out camping more often.

With clear nights in your forecast too, you'll easily find Jupiter around midnight low in the south, and it's followed by fairly prominent Saturn. Venus is a bright morning star at the present time and only becomes visible around 0300h in the southeast (it appears similar to Jupiter but brighter, so the earlier appearing object is Jupiter not Venus). Mars is setting shortly after sunset these days and is above similar looking red star Aldebaran, all located to the upper right of Orion which sets a couple of hours after sunset. Mars is almost opposite the earth on the far side of the solar system so it's not anywhere near as bright as it was last summer (since it's four times as distant from us now).
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10-05-2019, 07:21   #5230
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TRENDS for the week ahead, 10 to 16 May

-- temperatures will gradually warm up and the average will be 1 to 2 deg above normal.

-- rainfall will be generally rather light, 10 to 30 per cent of normal amounts.

-- sunshine will be relatively generous and may exceed normal values by 25% or more.

-- winds will be mostly light to moderate southeasterly after today and Saturday's northerly breezes.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be partly cloudy with isolated showers, with the exception of some heavier rain confined to east/central Ulster. Highs will reach about 14 C in the south and 10 C in the north.

TONIGHT will become clear at times and chilly with scattered light frost, lows -1 to +3 C.

SATURDAY will be partly cloudy to sunny and cool with highs 12 to 15 C.

SUNDAY will feature hazy sunshine after a rather frosty start, lows -2 to +3 C and highs 13 to 16 C.

NEXT WEEK will be generally settled and rather warm, especially away from sea breeze cooled south and east coasts. Highs generally about 19 to 22 C but only 14 to 16 C in those sea breezes. Nights will be milder than this weekend but there could be isolated readings of 2 to 5 C among a more general range of 5 to 10 C for overnight lows. Winds will become moderate southeast to south at times by mid-week. The next widespread rain looks like being at least a week off and could be well into the following week.

My local weather was very pleasant with sunshine all day and a high near 21 C. Our small lake is generating a very localized chill so we are getting alternating 15 and 20 degree breezes which can be a bit disconcerting. There's lots of snow at high elevations so the local mountains are quite spectacular looking but the forests are dry after several months of below normal precipitation so we're being warned that the fire season may start soon as people get out camping more often.

With clear nights in your forecast too, you'll easily find Jupiter around midnight low in the south, and it's followed by fairly prominent Saturn. Venus is a bright morning star at the present time and only becomes visible around 0300h in the southeast (it appears similar to Jupiter but brighter, so the earlier appearing object is Jupiter not Venus). Mars is setting shortly after sunset these days and is above similar looking red star Aldebaran, all located to the upper right of Orion which sets a couple of hours after sunset. Mars is almost opposite the earth on the far side of the solar system so it's not anywhere near as bright as it was last summer (since it's four times as distant from us now).
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TRENDS for the week ahead, 11 to 17 May

-- temperatures will gradually warm up and the average will be 1 to 2 deg above normal.

-- rainfall will be generally rather light, 5 to 25 per cent of normal amounts.

-- sunshine will be relatively generous and may exceed normal values by 25% or more.

-- winds will be mostly light to moderate southeasterly after today.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be rather cloudy to start in Leinster with isolated showers, but some sunshine will develop by afternoon. Most other regions will be partly to mostly sunny but cool with highs in all areas 12 to 15 C.

TONIGHT will become clear with scattered frost, lows -2 to +3 C.

SUNDAY will feature hazy sunshine after a rather frosty start, lows -2 to +3 C and highs 13 to 18 C. Sea breezes will keep it cooler near most coastlines in a generally light southeast wind pattern.

NEXT WEEK will be generally settled and rather warm, especially away from sea breeze cooled south and east coasts. Highs generally about 19 to 22 C but only 14 to 16 C in those sea breezes. Nights will be milder than this weekend but there could be isolated readings of 2 to 5 C among a more general range of 5 to 10 C for overnight lows. Winds will become moderate southeast to south at times by mid-week. The next widespread rain looks like being at least a week off and could be well into the following week.

My local weather was sunny and very warm with highs near 24 C. We might see some thunderstorms later today.
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TRENDS for the week of 12 to 18 May 2019 ...

-- Temperatures will average about 1 deg above normal.

-- Rainfall will be slight until near the end of the week but will then provide 20-30 mm by Friday-Saturday.

-- Sunshine will be near average for May, five to six hours on average each day.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be cloudy at times, with hazy sunshine breaking through, and a slight chance of drizzly showers in parts of Leinster although amounts will be only trace to 1 mm. Warmer with highs generally about 17 to 20 C, a bit cooler near some coasts due to sea breezes.

TONIGHT will become clear and hazy with lows 4 to 8 C.

MONDAY to WEDNESDAY will be partly cloudy to sunny each day with pleasantly warm temperatures for most, highs near 20 C and a few degrees warmer in parts of the west. East and south coasts will see some cooling sea breezes and highs closer to 16 C.

THURSDAY will become partly to mostly cloudy in easterly breezes and it will turn a few degrees cooler, highs 14 to 17 C.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY are looking unsettled with 20-30 mm rainfalls expected. Highs 13 to 16 C.

FURTHER OUTLOOK calls for rather cool weather, some dry days and some with light rain, and highs 12 to 15 C, somewhat below normal at times.

My local weather saw increasing cloud and warm highs near 24 C, isolated showers developed but nothing fell here yet.
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TRENDS for the week of 13 to 19 May, 2019

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

-- Rainfall will be slight until Friday 17th then almost normal amounts for the interval will accumulate.

-- Sunshine will average a little above normal, with the first four days being sunny and the last three more cloudy.


FORECASTS

TODAY will be sunny, hazy and warm with highs 17 to 22 C. Coolest near east and south coasts, warmest in midlands and west.

TONIGHT will be clear but hazy with lows 5 to 10 C.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY will continue sunny, hazy and warm with highs 18 to 23 C, coolest once again in south and east coastal districts.

THURSDAY will bring some increase in cloud and isolated showers, with highs 16 to 20 C.

FRIDAY will be partly cloudy to overcast with showers developing, 5 to 10 mm rain expected, and highs 14 to 17 C.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK (18th-19th) is unsettled with showers both days, highs near 16 C.

The further outlook is also more unsettled in general with possibility of heavy rain at times later next week.

My local weather continued very warm and dry with a build up of cloud by late afternoon and evening, once again isolated showers missing my location. Highs were around 27 C.
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TRENDS for week of 14 to 20 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 lows 5 to 10 C.

WEDNESDAY will continue warm with sunny intervals, highs 19 to 23 C, but cooler once again near south and east coasts.

THURSDAY will bring a mixture of cloud and sunshine, isolated showers, 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 is looking similar to the weekend for a few more days, then turning cooler later in the week in northerly breezes.

My local weather was sunny with increasing cloud and warm highs near 27 C. This should be the end of our warm spell with a drop in temperatures already underway, isolated showers moving north to south. In general the weather pattern across North America is rather bland at this point with not much severe storm activity given that this is the height of the severe storm season.
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TRENDS for week of 14 to 20 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 lows 5 to 10 C.

WEDNESDAY will continue warm with sunny intervals, highs 19 to 23 C, but cooler once again near south and east coasts.

THURSDAY will bring a mixture of cloud and sunshine, isolated showers, 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 is looking similar to the weekend for a few more days, then turning cooler later in the week in northerly breezes.

My local weather was sunny with increasing cloud and warm highs near 27 C. This should be the end of our warm spell with a drop in temperatures already underway, isolated showers moving north to south. In general the weather pattern across North America is rather bland at this point with not much severe storm activity given that this is the height of the severe storm season.
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