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Snow woes are far from over in Ireland… St. Patrick’s Day celebrations to be drenched in rain, says the Met

Dublin: The Met says snow woes are far from over in Ireland. Forecasters are also concerned that the snow will disrupt St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. According to the Met Office, the country’s weather forecast is more erratic due to the presence of low pressure.

The Met Office said that current indications are that Friday, St. Patrick’s Day, will be a rainy day. However, the rains are expected to be heavy and long – lasting. The temperature will range between 12 and 15 degrees Celsius. Friday night will see more rain, but the sky will be clear. The high temperature will range from 6 to 9 degrees Celsius.

The general weather forecast for tomorrow is winter rain with snow and ice, minus temperatures, hail, and heavy rain with thunder and lightning. The rain will continue to fall heavily on Thursday due to the presence of low pressure.

As the southwesterly air flow shifts to the north, low pressure will dominate, resulting in above-average rainfall across the country. The Met Office, on the other hand, predicts less rain in the north.

Today, there will be snow in many areas. There will be sunshine, rain, cold, and wind. The high temperature will range between 4 and 7 degrees Celsius. There will be heavy snowfall tonight. Met predict that the temperature will drop to minus four degrees Celsius overnight.

At night, rain will intensify in the southwest. By Wednesday morning, it will have spread across the country. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy, with heavy rain expected in Munster and Connacht. Thursday will most likely have light winds. During the day, temperatures will range from 12 to 15 degrees Celsius, with south-westerly winds. Widespread showers will occur on Thursday night. The temperature will range from 7 °C to 10 °C, the Met Office says.

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