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Ciaran Cuffe tweeted:

Got to source of River Liffey today. Like an oasis drying out. All it needed was a couple of emaciated camels to complete the scene.



Carlow Weather writes:

There will be cloud [today] and temps will be around 24c-25c.

Some cloud again on Friday with a chance of an odd shower and temps around 24c.

The weekend and early days of next week look very warm and sunny again with temps back up to the high twenties.


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Pic: Streets of Dublin

Met Eireann tweetz:

Dry and mostly sunny. Top temperatures 19 to 22 C, generally, with light easterly or variable breezes. But fresher along parts of the east and south coasts, with values of 15 to 17 C., due to local onshore sea breezes.


Met Eireann



Eamonn Farrell writes:

A field of rapeseed tries to break into full blossom on the Dublin/Kildare border as the country continues to suffer from poor weather at a time when the countryside should be in full spring bloom…

Eamonn Farrell/Rollingnews

Met Eireann sez of today’s weather:

Most places will be dry but there will be a few scattered showers and in west there will be spells of heavy rain. Highest temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees, though a bit cooler on western coast. It will become quite windy with fresh to strong southerly winds.




This afternoon.

The Boardwalk, Dublin 1 and (above) South William Street, Dublin 1.



Ah here.

Met Eireann tweetz:

Wet and windy with heavy rain, especially over Munster and south Leinster with risk of spot flooding. Top temperatures 8 to 11 degrees in very strong and gusty southeasterly winds.



In Dublin city centre.

Hate when that happens.

This morning.

Met Eireann has issued a snow and ice warning for Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Dublin, Kildare, Laois, Longford, Louth, Wicklow, Offaly, Westmeath and Meath.

The warning is relevant from Saturday at 11pm until Sunday at 11pm.

It forecasts:

“Significant falls of snow are expected Saturday night and into Sunday.

“Accumulations of 4 to 8 cm could occur quite widely with greater totals possible. Drifting snow locally at times too with brisk winds.

“Slippery paths and treacherous roads also due to snow accumulation and ice.”

Meanwhile, Met Eireann meteorologist Siobhan Ryan has just described the impending snowfall as a “dumping of snow” as opposed to a “scattering of snow” on RTE’s News At One.


Met Eireann


Met Eireann has this afternoon issued a temperature warning for the whole country tonight, stating temperatures will fall to between 0C and -4C.