Cork in for a weekend of 'mostly clear and dry' weather, according to Met Éireann

Cork in for a weekend of 'mostly clear and dry' weather, according to Met Éireann
Bullins Bay, Garrettstown, Cork. Holidaymakers enjoy water activities on a hot and sunny day at the pier in Bullins Bay, near Kinsale. Picture: David Creedon / Anzenberger

Tomorrow will get off to a cloudy start, Met Éireann has stated. 

Cork is likely to escape rainfall that is forecast elsewhere in the country tomorrow but could see some patchy rain and drizzle developing tomorrow night as precipitation extends southeastwards to south Leinster and Munster.

Temperatures during the day will range from about 15 to 18 degrees and between 9 and 14 degrees at night.

The rain is expected to clear up on Saturday morning with a mix of cloudy and sunny spells for the duration of the day.

Temperatures will be between 15 to 20 degrees in "light to moderate west to northwest winds".

Saturday night will continue to remain mostly clear and dry with minimum temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees.

Fortunately, the dry spell is expected to last on Sunday, with maximum temperatures of around 15 to 17 degrees forecast. 

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