A slight weekend warm-up teases Ireland before winter chill sets in
Ireland is forecast to enjoy a “mini-Indian Summer” this weekend before temperatures dip at the end of the month.
On Facebook, Carlow Weather said, “If I look to next weekend the charts are showing a hint of an Indian summer with temps hitting 17c or 18c under some nice settled high pressure.”
Another great day and the longer range weather charts want to keep us nice and settled into next weekend and...Posted by Carlow Weather on Monday, October 15, 2018
Unfortunately, it looks like the weekend will be mostly overcast so slim chance of tanning in the Irish sun, but do enjoy the warm-up while you can.
Before the mini-warm up this weekend, Ireland is set for cool and moderate weather to round out the work week.
For Wednesday night, forecasters say: “Dry tonight with long clear spells. Cold with some frost setting in; mist patches locally later too.’
“Lowest temperatures of -1 to 3C.”
Carlow Weather says, “Thursday looks a nice cool day with sunny spells and near calm conditions. Frost and fog again Thursday night.”
“Friday also looks nice and dry and a little milder up to 15c in Southwest breeze.”
On Tuesday, Irish weather forecaster Carlow Weather said, “Weather models showing a big cool down across Northern Europe towards the end of the month.”
Weather models showing a big cool down across Northern Europe towards the end of the month. This trend has been shown...Posted by Carlow Weather on Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Are you hoping for an Irish Indian Summer, or are you ready for the cold weather? Let us know in the comments!