IRELAND is coming off the back of one of the worst week’s of weather the island has ever seen as Storm Ophelia and Brian battered the country.
Weather bosses Met Eireann confirmed that the wind will soften with temperatures also beginning to rise - writes thesun.ie.
A spokesperson said: “Cool today, with bright or sunny spells, but scattered showers also.
“Most of the showers will occur over Munster and Connacht this morning, before transferring eastwards this afternoon.
“Windy at first, with fresh to strong and gusty west to northwest winds, backing west to southwest and moderating. Top temperatures of 12 to 14 Celsius.
The weather is finally going to pick up
“Outbreaks of rain will develop along west and southwest coasts this evening, and will extend eastwards later, accompanied by freshening southerly winds.”
And despite the rain sticking around throughout the course of the night, people will be waking up to a crisp dry Monday to kick off the week.
The spokesperson continued: “Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with outbreaks of rain spreading to all parts in the early night, with hill and coastal fog.
“Drier conditions will follow from the west, reaching many areas by morning.
“Minimum temperatures 8 to 12 Celsius, in moderate to fresh southerly breezes.”
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