Monday, 20 January, 2020
Forecasts for Ireland
TRENDS for the week of 20 to 26 Jan 2020 ...
-- Temperatures will be close to normal values except for a few slightly colder locations in the inland south.
-- Rainfall will reach about half of normal values but most of that will only arrive late in the interval.
-- Sunshine will be near normal or a little below in parts of the west and north.
TODAY will be mostly cloudy with hazy sunshine at times in parts of the south. A few intervals of drizzle may occur in the north. Highs 8 to 10 C.
TONIGHT will be mostly cloudy, but with a few clear breaks in the south, temperatures there could fall to 2 or 3 C, otherwise lows 4 to 7 C.
TUESDAY will be cloudy with a few brighter intervals, and spotty drizzle near the northwest coasts. Highs 8 to 10 C.
WEDNESDAY could see a return to some frost in the south as skies may clear there, lows -2 to +2 C. Otherwise the morning lows will be above freezing, and the day will be mostly cloudy with highs near 10 C.
THURSDAY will see only slight changes with some increase in southwest winds by late afternoon, lows 3 to 5 C and highs 8 to 10 C.
FRIDAY will become breezy or even windy with outbreaks of light rain in the north, lows near 4 C and highs near 9 or 10 C.
SATURDAY will be windy and mild with rain at times, highs 10 to 12 C.
SUNDAY will be windy with partly cloudy skies and passing showers, with a gradual fall in temperatures to around 5 degrees.
MONDAY will be windy with a morning high of about 10 C followed by colder air for a day or two. Milder weather will probably return towards the end of the week (and month).
My local weather on Sunday was overcast with light snow, and milder at about -1 C.