Ireland Weather: The unusual conditions set to continue until Christmas as a sudden change in forecast

Ireland is poised for a sudden change in weather with unusual conditions that may last until Christmas.

While many of us are expecting freezing temperatures and possibly some snow over the holiday period, expectations are set to be significantly different.

While subject to change, current models show largely dry weather in most areas for at least the next 10 days – if not longer.

It represents a significant change when compared to the recent storms and low temperatures that Ireland experienced.

The forecast will be good news for those planning outdoor activities before and after Christmas as little rain is expected.

Weather expert Alan O’Reilly shared the news on his Carlow Weather Twitter account, explaining that the unusual Christmas weather is caused by an area of ​​high pressure over Ireland.

He joked, «Will it rain again?»

Met Eireann also agrees with what is expected.

In its latest update, the National Weather Service said: «High pressure building from the Southeast, conservation conditions are generally flattened for the rest of the week, however it will remain somewhat cloudy.»

Looking ahead to next week, which includes Christmas Day, they continued: «It appears high pressure will continue to be in control keeping the weather stable in the early days of next week as the average temperature approaches for that time of year.»

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