Making Hay While the Sun Shines

Weather Forecast 16-6-2017
Making Hay While the Sun Shines: Taking the old adage seriously, Denis Nolan (right) called in the cutting equipment for his first cut of 2017. With him are: john Sugrue (left) and Seán Ryan at St. Stephen’s Park in Castleisland on Friday afternoon. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Because my weather glass is gone down from its all-time-high of Friday morning I was wondering what the Met Éireann forecast is like for the foreseeable future. 

Tonight: Continuing dry and sunny in most places this evening with some cloud pushing into western coasts. Very mild tonight and with some mist and fog developing overnight.

Lowest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees, in light westerly breezes.

Grass Pollen Count will be very high tomorrow.
Tomorrow: Any mist or fog with clear in the early morning but some low cloud may linger in places for a time.

Warm sunny spells will develop but some patchy cloud at times also.

Highest temperatures of 20 to 24 degrees, cooler on the coast due to sea breezes and the possibly of sea mist forming.Contact-banner

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