It promises to be four seasons in one week across Donegal in the coming days with wind and rain giving way to lots of sunshine.
A status yellow wind warning is in place for Donegal today up until 7pm this evening with plenty of rain to follow.
However, Met Eireann has said that the forecast for Good Friday and into the weekend means that temperatures could reach double figures in many places and possibly up to 23 degrees.
Met Eireann has warned that gusts of up to 110kmh could hit Donegal and surrounding counties today.
A spokesperson warned people of falling branches as well as heavy rainfall.
However, the weather will see a major turnaround as the week progresses towards the weekend.
Forecaster Liz Walsh told independent.ie “As we progress into the week, it’s going to start getting warmer. By Easter weekend, we could see temperatures of up to 23C – a much better outlook for the holiday weekend.
“So we just have to get through this period and the weather should be warm and settled.”Tags: