Peter O’Donnell of Irish Weather Online (www.irishweatheronline) told donegaldaily.com that things will get better.
Said Peter: “I am continuing to think that the summer may average slightly above normal in temperatures despite this recent cold week, and there are currently indications of a warm spell starting around 24 June.
“The idea of a “heat wave summer” may be a bit optimistic but then it was made for southeast England rather than any part of Ireland, and noting that you are in Donegal, I would say expect either average or slightly better than average summer weather, with a tendency to less rainfall as we move through the season.”
For the next few days he is forecasting sunshine and showers for the rest of the week with a noticeable change however starting on Saturday.
He says there may be some morning showers, misty or foggy in places, but turning warmer, some hazy sunshine developing, highs 19-23 C.
Sunday will have sunny intervals with highs 19-23 C.
He added: “It will be onsiderably warmer next week too, but with some vigorous frontal passages and showers or thunderstorms with these, followed by slightly cooler air masses lasting a day or two before more warming occurs.
“In general, expect the period 25 June to 10 July to be 1-3 degrees above normal in temperature.”Tags: