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12th Jun 2018

Veteran Met Éireann Forecaster Reveals What Rest Of Irish Summer Weather Will Be Like

Darragh Berry

We honestly feel as we’re telling you this news, Green Day’s ‘Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)’ should be playing on loop in the background.

It was great, wasn’t it?

Stripping off to nothing the minute we say a bit of sun in the sky. The roastings on our arms and chest and the craic we had peeling it off.

But, all good things must come to an end and when a Met Éireann forecaster says it, it’s normally bang on the money.

Speaking on Morning Ireland Pat Clarke of Met Éireann told Irish folk that the summer weather is officially over and that we will be getting “wet and extremely windy” weather for the next few days.

He described the upcoming weather as a “big change” stating that three weeks of summer weather is over.

“I’m afraid big changes are on the way.

“Our three weeks of warm and summery weather have finally come to an end.

“Wet and extremely windy weather will sweep in over the country later tomorrow.”

Heavy rain will have expected to sweep the country by Friday night and definitely will have hit most places by Saturday.

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