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Ireland Ireland weather forecast: Big change ahead as Met Eireann confirms return of rain and dramatic temperature plunge

09:57  12 july  2018
09:57  12 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

Dublin Weather: ANOTHER week of dry, sunny days - and maybe even more

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Met Eireann 's yellow weather warning will remain in place until 9am as they hint winter's icy grip It will be mainly dry this evening as temperatures plunge – but they could reach 8C tomorrow. Met Eireann forecast : “Staying dry this evening with the northeast winds continuing to ease down.

It looks like the heatwave is well and truly over with the weather set to deteriorate dramatically in the coming days.

While the mercury will reach 24C in parts today by the weekend we could see temperatures struggling to reach 20C.

This marks a dramatic change from the 32C high recorded on June 28 and the above average temperatures we have been enjoying over recent weeks.

Warm weather (stock image) © Getty Warm weather (stock image)

Met Eireann confirmed: "A gradual transition to a more changeable or mixed weather pattern than of late is probable, with all parts seeing some spells of sunshine but rain or showers at times too with an Atlantic regime resuming."

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Temperatures are set to soar to 27C today , as the heat starts to break with rain and thunder on the way later. Met Eireann ’s weather charts reveal that the southwest of Ireland will enjoy the best of the temperatures at 27C with the north east hitting 26C at peak times.

Forecasters say temperatures will plunge to -4C tonight, with snow expected in Scotland and Wales by Thursday. "There's some nasty weather ahead , which isn't ideal for Easter. UK weather forecast show 'Beast from the East 3' may return from Wednesday and bring snow in time for White

But it's not all bad news because any amounts of rain will be small.

a dog sitting on top of a sandy beach: Sebastian Keogh-Jennett (1) from Clontarf with his dog Cooper enjoying the good weather on Dollymount Beach, Dublin in June 2018 © Collins Sebastian Keogh-Jennett (1) from Clontarf with his dog Cooper enjoying the good weather on Dollymount Beach, Dublin in June 2018 Talking about Thursday's weather, the national forecaster said: "Mostly dry today with just isolated light showers. Variable cloud amounts, with the best of sunshine expected in the south. Any morning mist and drizzle patches will soon clear. Top temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees in the north and northwest, but 21 to 24 degrees elsewhere, highest values about inland parts of Munster and south Leinster. Winds will be mainly light northerly or variable.

"Dry tonight with a mix of cloud and clear spells. A few patches of mist will form in the near calm conditions. Lowest temperatures 9 to 13 degrees Celsius."

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We’ve been enjoying some milder weather the past few days, with temperatures creeping up. But just when you thought the worst of the winter weather was over, Met Eireann have predicted some very cold, wet weather and even some snow for the week ahead .

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Looking ahead to the weekend, they continued: "Any early mist patches on Friday will soon clear, giving way to another mostly dry day with alternating sunny spells and cloudy periods. The sunshine will turn hazier from the west as the day progresses, however. A few afternoon showers may occur in parts of Munster and south Leinster during the afternoon. Top temperatures ranging 20 to 23 degrees Celsius in light variable breezes.

"Warm on Saturday, with temperatures in low to mid-twenties generally, but a little cooler near the Atlantic Seaboard with temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees. The best of the sunshine and temperatures will be in the east and southeast, with cloudy and misty conditions prevailing further west.

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"Patchy outbreaks of rain and drizzle will continue to affect parts of Connacht, west Ulster and west Munster. Light to moderate southwesterly breezes will be fresh at times in the northwest. A muggy and very humid night follows on Saturday night with minimum temperatures no lower than the mid teens.

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Two weather warnings remain in place with ten counties on orange alert until 6pm tonight, and a snow-ice warning for the rest of Ireland in effect until 9am And Met Eireann have revealed graphs showing rain and snow forecast over particularly the south and east of Ireland for the next 24 hours – with

© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Ireland might already have had enough bad weather thanks to the 'Beast from In a post on their website, Met Eireann said: "It'll be rather cold for the rest of the week with below normal temperatures ; the risk Looking ahead to the weekend, Met Eireann continued

"A humid, mostly cloudy and rather misty day is indicated for Sunday with occasional light rain or drizzle, which will be generally more prevalent and/or persistent about Atlantic coastal counties during the afternoon. Top temperatures of 20 to 23 degrees generally, but 17 to 19 degrees in some of the Atlantic coastal fringes. Light to moderate southwesterly breezes."

The weather will take a turn for the worse next week.

The weather chiefs said: "A fresher day on Monday. Still a good deal of cloud around, producing scattered light showers, particularly over western areas, but some brighter and sunnier intervals also. Maximum temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees in westerly breezes.

"Similar conditions to Monday seem likely on Tuesday, with spells of sunshine interspersed with cloudier intervals and scattered light showers."

Met Eireann forecast one day of substantial rain in Dublin before heatwave weather returns .
Luckily the heavy rain will give way to much better conditions for the weekend with temperatures soaring yet again.Largely dry today with just the chance of a few isolated showers. There will be a mix of cloud and sunny spells, with increasing amounts of sunshine expected by evening. Highest temperatures will range from 17 to 22 degrees, with the best values in southern and eastern counties. pic.twitter.com/eaS36Mtfyg— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 18, 2018Heatwave like weather is expected to return and last into the following week as well.

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