'Long clear spells' expected in Cork this weekend but Met Éireann say July is off to a 'chilly' start

'Long clear spells' expected in Cork this weekend but Met Éireann say July is off to a 'chilly' start
Bantry Bay Sailing Club enjoy a day sailing on the water, June 24. Picture: Andy Gibson

The national forecaster has stated that tomorrow, Saturday, will be dry with a "mix of cloud and sunny spells" and temperatures ranging between 16 to 20 degrees.

Tomorrow night will remain clear, but temperatures will dip to about 7 to 9 degrees.

Light southerly winds have been forecast.

Sunday is expected to start off dry and bright, with temperatures of around 16 to 19 degrees.

Cork is likely to remain dry for most of the day, but Met Éireann has said rain will extend "eastwards to all areas Sunday night".

Tonight will remain mostly dry with "long clear spells" but Met Éireann has stated that temperatures will drop to just 5 to 8 degrees, "chilly for early July".

Winds will be light, allowing mist and fog to form, becoming dense in places.

Highest temperatures today are between 15 to 17 degrees, which Met Éireann have noted is "a little cool for this time of year".

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