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Mild April weather in Ireland for 2017
As in keeping with 2017 so far in Ireland April will turned out to be a very mild month and temperatures up to halfway through the month running at 1.5c above normal with a National average of 9.5c. This value looks like being more or less maintained until the end of the month though there is a possibility of some warmth on April 3rd 2017.
Temperatures for most of the rest of March will be into double figures of 10 to 15c and sometimes up to 16c bringing an average of 10c but on other occasions it will be 8c by day and only 3c by night and this will mean an average of 6c meaning that March is going to end around 8c as a national average temperature.
There is a low risk that the temperature could even reach 20c by the middle of next week but we will watch this space.
2017 has continue to be an extremely mild year and is still on course to be the warmest on record for Ireland ever.
Summer 2017 looks like it will keep in line with the rest of the year and bring quite a lot in the way of warm weather. It will not be always dry but temperatures will be well up to average or above. Rainfall for this Summer in Ireland is signalled as neutral meaning that there will be around average rainfall for the season but if there are any widespread thundery outbreaks these figures will skew the figures. June looks likely to be the sunniest month before the anticyclone retreats to Europe meaning we will get more in the way of rain or showers but when the sun shines it will be a warm 22c
Rainfall for 2017 is running below average over most of Ireland so far and this looks set to continue for the month of April 2017 also. However midmonth onwards looks a lot wetter for us
The Arctic Sea Ice blog has now been set up for initial update. 2017 saw the lowest maximum Arctic Sea Ice area on record at 13.87sqkm.
After the stormy end to the month of February with Doris we are in for something of a shock this week as temperatures are set to reach 5 degrees celsius. Thats the good news. Sligo
Wet and more unsettled weather on the way
Winter 2016/17After such a long period of dry weather for Ireland February looks set to leave us with a bitter aftertaste as cold fronts that freeze your hands off and wind and rain make an unwelcome return. Bugger. Temperatures will be a cool 5 to 8c next week so dont put away the Winter woolies just yet February 2017 - rather cool and windy February Cool and unsettled is what we go for. Rain and some cold fronts of wintry showers. Low pressure dominates after the High of January Temperatures 5 to 11c. With thanks to Sat24 for satellite and for radar
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