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18 May 2022

Will the hot weather Last? Latest Met Éireann forecast for Ireland for the weekend

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Will the hot weather Last? Latest Met Éireann forecast for Ireland for the weekend

The latest weather forecast for this weekend for Ireland from Met Éireann reassures us that the early summer weather will continue over this weekend.

According to Met Eireann, the weather is set to be mainly dry with sunny spells. Daytime temperatures will continue to be well above the March average but it will be rather cold at night with a touch of grass frost possible.

According to Met Éireann, Friday's weather should start the weekend off well with any mist and fog patches will clearing in the  morning and while it will be quite cloudy in some parts for a time, it will become sunnier as the day progresses. It will be largely dry, however the odd shower may break out, mainly in parts of Leinster and Ulster. There's a slight chance that a little bit of sea fog may encroach onto some coastal parts at times. Highest temperatures generally of 14 to 18 degrees, a little lower though in coastal parts of the east and north, in a light variable or easterly breeze.

Met Éireann predicts Ireland's weather for Saturday should start with mist and fog will clearing from most areas on Saturday morning but may linger along some coasts. It will be a dry day with sunny spells and a light easterly breeze. Highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees, coolest near southern and eastern coasts. With Saturday night dry with clear spells and light easterly breezes. Mist and fog will develop in the north and east. Lowest temperatures of 0 to 5 degrees.

Met Éireann's most recent forecast tells us mist and fog will clear from most areas on Sunday morning but may persist along parts of the north and east coast. It will be dry with sunny spells and light east to southeast or variable winds. Highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees. Sunday night will be continuing dry with clear spells and mist and fog will form in the north and east in light and variable breezes. Lowest temperatures of 1 to 6 degrees.

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