Ireland weather forecast: Temperatures set to sore for Easter Bank Holiday weekend

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 17, 2019

'The rest of the Easter weekend is looking to be mainly dry and warm, though there is still some uncertainty in the forecast as to how cloudy it will be, and whether there may be some rain in northwestern parts of the United Kingdom'.

However, the Scandinavian ice blast will be a distant memory by Thursday and over the Easter weekend with the Met Office predicting temperatures to rise to 21C on Saturday. The forecast could change during the week, but it looks like southern England and western Britain will fair the best as a cooler easterly breeze persists off the North Sea.

Parts of the United Kingdom will be hotter than some of Europe's top holiday destinations over the Easter weekend, with temperatures exceeding 20C (68F).

Adam Dury, forecaster at Weatherquest, said: "Monday is a dry day with a little bit of cloud around first thing".

There is unlikely to be any widespread rain - although there could be some falls in Ireland, Wales and the south-west of England before conditions become more settled later this week.

"By the weekend we could see in parts of the country temperatures of around 20C, or just above". Sunday looks a little more unsettled but there's more uncertainty in the forecast for early next week at this point'.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "All bets are off when it comes to Easter 2019 being a scorcher".

"Temperatures in the mid teens are plausible for Easter week". The warmest Easter was recorded on 23 April, 2011, when temperatures reached 27.8 °C at Wisley in Surrey.

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