Long Range Weather Forecast For Ireland (6 June 2021)

  TRENDS for the week of 6 to 12 June, 2021 --

-- Temperatures will average 2 to 3 deg above normal values.
-- Rainfall will average 25 per cent of normal.
-- Sunshine will be close to average, some coastal areas may remain rather cloudy.
-- Winds generally light to moderate southwesterly.


will be hazy with fog patches developing, lows 10 to 13 C.

MONDAY will be cloudy with sunny breaks, warm and humid, some spotty drizzle near Atlantic coasts. Highs will reach 18 to 21 C.

TUESDAY will be cloudy with occasional light rain in some western counties, holding dry in most of the east with a few brighter intervals, lows 11 to 14 C and highs 17 to 21 C.

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY will be similar but with slightly more sunshine possible each day in a warm, humid and rather cloudy southwesterly flow, lows near 12 C and highs 18 to 22 C.

FRIDAY to SUNDAY look even warmer with lows 12 to 15 C and highs 19 to 24 C. The warmer temperatures will be found in central and eastern counties.

Around MONDAY to TUESDAY (14th-15th) a change in the pattern appears likely, with this warm flow being replaced with a more seasonable or even slightly cooler than average westerly with weak frontal systems at first, becoming stronger as we get further into the month. Highs will drop back to the 17-20 C range and there will probably be more normal amounts of rain as well.

Peter for IWO.

Photo: Sligo.