November rain Weekend weather set to chop and change as Met Éireann predict unsettled conditions
Boots and coats are the must have fashion accessories for the weekend as Met Éireann predicts a wet and windy weekend.
According to the National Forecaster the wet and unsettled conditions will kick off today as heavy showers move across the country, paired with breezy conditions.
Those unsettled conditions will continue overnight and you can expect a cloudy start to Saturday with some outbreaks of rain.
However, there will be a break in the deluge as the afternoon will clear into mostly dry weather with sunny spells and just the chance of isolated showers.
By Sunday conditions will flip again as temperatures plunge to 1 degree, bringing along bright and cold conditions with a threat of frost in the morning.
Showers will return for the west of the country by the evening and the unsettled conditions are expected to continue into next week.
“Rain in the east will clear into the Irish Sea today,” reads the Met Éireann forecast.
“It will remain cloudy through the day, with patchy rain and drizzle in places.
“Highest temperatures will range from 11 to 12 degrees.
“By night, Friday will be mild and mostly cloudy, with drizzle and mist.
“Rain will become more persistent in western coasts and northern counties overnight.
“Lowest temperatures will range from 7 to 10 degrees.
“There will be a mostly cloudy, damp and reasonably dry start to Saturday.
“Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will clear southwards, giving way to brighter cooler and more showery conditions.
“The afternoon will start out at 12 degrees, reducing to 9 degrees.
“By night, Saturday will be cold and mostly dry with clear spells.
“Overnight lows will range from 1 to 5 degrees, with a touch of grass frost.
“Sunday will be dry for a lot of the country, with varying amounts of cloud and sunshine.
“Showers will affect parts of the west and northwest.
“It will be cool, with afternoon highs of 7 to 10 degrees.
“The unsettled picture is set to continue into the early days of next week, with rain at times.”
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