September 26, 2020
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WATERFORD WEATHER: Hold on to your hats – we’re in for wet and windy few days!

Keep the brollies out folks – we are not finished with this wet and windy weather yet.

Forecasters say we are going to have an unsettled lead up to the weekend, bringing damp and windy conditions.

Fortunately, things are set to pick up from early Saturday morning as rain clears to giveaway to more brighter conditions – bringing that cold crisp winter feel into Sunday.

It won’t last for long though, as we are back to unchangeable conditions from early next week.

A Met Eireann spokesperson said:

“Friday will bring Frost and fog, clearing gradually. Friday will be mainly dry and bright, with sunny spells, but fog may linger in sheltered places.

“Max temperatures, 6 to 10 Celsius, in light variable breezes.

“Saturday will see rain clearing into the Irish Sea early morning with sunny spells developing. Scattered showers also, most of them in the western half of the country, some heavy, especially in Atlantic coastal areas where there is a risk of hail and thunder.

“Max. 7 to 10 Celsius, in moderate westerly breezes, falling light later. Saturday night will be mostly dry, but cold, with frost and fog. Minimum temperatures minus 2 to plus 2 Celsius.

“Sunday is expected to be cold with bright or sunny spells and a few scattered showers, mainly in northern and eastern coastal areas.

“Max. 7 to 11 Celsius, in moderate north to northwest breezes. Winds will become very light overnight, with frost and fog returning.”

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