Precise time for new heat wave to hit Ireland as high pressure builds on weather charts

A heat wave could hit in September just in time for kids to go back to school.

However, light rain and drizzle are expected for most of the week, so the days will be dreary at first.


September can be hotCredit: Carlow Weather
Forecasts can still change


Forecasts can still changeCredit: Carlow Weather

Carlow Weather’s Alan O’Reilly indicated that next month could be hot again.

On social media, he said: weather Anyone?

“Well, the GFS model does its best to make that happen.”

However weather Experts have pointed out that the graph is “just for fun” and is too far off to predict accurately, so everything could change.

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Meanwhile, a few showers are expected today in the east and northeast.

Clouds will roll in from the west in the afternoon, with light rain and drizzle in the west in the evening.

The maximum temperature will be between 16 and 20 degrees Celsius, with light to moderate northerly winds and gradual southerly winds.

Tonight will be cloudy and wet with sporadic rain and drizzle that will continue to spread across the country from the west.

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Tomorrow will get off to a ‘dull and damp’ start with an outbreak of rain and drizzle.

met an alien Sunny days will continue and clear up in the afternoon.

“Maximum temperatures are between 17 and 21 degrees, with light to moderate southerly winds heading west.”

Meanwhile, tomorrow night is set to be sunny and dry in most areas, though weather chiefs warn of a few showers along the West Coast counties.

Minimum temperatures range from 9C to 12C, mainly with weak southwest to west winds.

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For the rest of the week, Meet Eireann said rain could become more intense over the weekend.

They said it was “generally unstable with intermittent rain and showers that could intensify over the weekend.” Precise time for new heat wave to hit Ireland as high pressure builds on weather charts

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