Rain to return to Cork tomorrow following a weekend of sunshine

Rain to return to Cork tomorrow following a weekend of sunshine
Pictured are people while enjoying the good weather at Seapoint Dun Laoghaire. Pic: RollingNews.ie

The recent spell of warm and dry weather in Cork will come to an end tonight.

Forecasters in Met Éireann said that from tomorrow, rain and drizzle will spread from the west to all areas through the late morning and early afternoon and will continue for the rest of the day. 

Pictured enjoying the fine weather at the beach at Inchydoney was Garry Waters and Tracey O'Keeffe with their children Keelen and Kallum and puppy Bonny. Picture Denis Boyle
Pictured enjoying the fine weather at the beach at Inchydoney was Garry Waters and Tracey O'Keeffe with their children Keelen and Kallum and puppy Bonny. Picture Denis Boyle

Temperatures in Cork tomorrow will range from 16 to 19 degrees with light to moderate southerly breezes.

On Wednesday morning the last of that rain will clear the east and northeast to scattered showers with good sunny spells developing later. 

The fog envelops the boats in Schull Harbour on an overcast but humid day in West Cork. Picture: Andy Gibson
The fog envelops the boats in Schull Harbour on an overcast but humid day in West Cork. Picture: Andy Gibson

Thursday across Munster will be a blustery day with showery rain in the west and northwest but staying mostly dry in the east and southeast with some sunny spells. 

Staying cooler with top temperatures again around 16 to 19 degrees in fresh and gusty southwesterly winds.

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