Today will be very warm and mostly sunny. This evening, heavy or thundery showers will develop in parts of north Connacht and west Ulster. Cloud will increase near the south coast with some showery rain developing by nightfall. Highest temperatures of 24 to 29 degrees, warmest in the midlands and Connacht.
Laoise, one of my colleagues here in d’office is away to Body and Soul [Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath].this weekend. Her Dad is a retired meteorologist and a bit of a legend, so he put together a body and soul-specific weather forecast (above)…
The Xmas forecast with Johnny O’Loughlin, age 8, from Ennis, Co Clare.
Gareth Naughton at RTÉ, writes:
He was one of the stars of this year’s Late Late Toy Show and now Johnny is back to deliver his very first weather report, updating everyone on Santa’s progress as the big day approaches.
Viewers of this year’s Late Late Toy Show will remember Johnny as the little boy who was mad about the weather – even making his own board game about it – and his stunned reaction when his favourite weathercaster, Evelyn Cusack, surprised him live on air.
Caitlín Nic Aoidh struggles with amadamness during the Christmas forecast on TG4/Cúla4.