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Weather forecast – back and forth between sun and rain for the coming week

Galway is forecast to get a pretty even mix of good and bad weather over the coming weeks, with the scales flipping back and forth between sun and rain.

Getting a predictable start on the week, weather is expected to deteriorate tonight from generally cloudy with significant dry spells to scattered rain by tonight.

Highest temperatures on Sunday of 13 to 15 degrees.

On Monday the rain is expected to give way to sun with some cloud cover by breakfast time, interrupted by the odd scattered shower.

It’s going to stay cool at the start of next week with average temperatures on Monday of 11 to 13 degrees and moderate northerly winds.

The sunny spell will break on Tuesday, with much of the weather of the day expected to be overcast but dry, giving way to persistent rain by the late afternoon, strongest in coastal areas..

According to Met Eireann the rain will continue overnight into Wednesday, but is expected to let up by mid morning.

The afternoon on Wednesday will be a mixed bad of some overcast sun, interrupted by showers in places.

Winds will be brisk and westerly, and temperatures will average in the region of 15 to 16 degrees Celsius.

Thursday is forecast to be hot and humid, with cloud turning to rain in the late morning and early afternoon.

The mercury will go through the roof during the afternoon, with highest temperatures of 17 degrees and moderate variable winds.

By Friday Met Eireann is predicting that things will have settled down somewhat, with conditions staying overcast but mostly, with the sun peeking through the odd time.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com

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