Long Range Weather Forecast For Ireland (25 June 2021)

Glencolmcille, Donegal


TRENDS for the week of 25 June to 1 July, 2021

-- Temperatures will be near normal in the north and west, to 1.0 deg above normal in the east.
-- Rainfalls will be slight, 25 per cent of normal for most areas.
-- Sunshine will be near average or even a bit above in some places.
-- Wind speeds will increase a little today but will then return to less blustery values over the weekend and next week.


will be partly cloudy with showers dying out, lows around 7 C.

SATURDAY will be partly cloudy to sunny with better chances of full sunshine towards the west and north. Isolated showers may return to the southeast. Less windy although continued north to northeast in direction. Highs near 18 C.

SUNDAY will be sunny with cloudy intervals, and a bit warmer, lows near 8 C, highs near 20 C.

NEXT WEEK is looking quite good for most areas, while Britain sees a lot of cloud and (in the south mainly) rain from low pressure over northern France, Ireland should remain outside that system's influence most of the time with partly cloudy to sunny skies each day and rather light winds as high pressure won't be too far away to the west then overhead during the second half of the week. Highs each day should be around 21 to 23 C, nights will be seasonable with lows around 6 to 9 C.

Towards the weekend of 3-4 July this settled pattern may break down at least slightly with more cloud and the chance of showers, but even then it may remain at least partly cloudy rather than overcast. 

Peter for IWO.