Thursday, May 23
It will be cool and blustery with some sunny spells and occasional showers.
Temperatures 9 to 11° Celsius in fresh to strong northerly winds.
Tonight will be cold with scattered showers.
Temperatures of 5 to 7° Celsius with fresh locally strong northerly winds.
Friday will be mainly dry with good sunny spells though it will remain cool for the time of year.
Temperatures of 12 to 13° Celsius with northerly winds easing steadily and falling light by evening
There will be occasional showers in all parts of county on Thursday. It will feel cool despite some good sunny spellsbecause of the North to northwesterly wind. Highest temperatures of 9 to 14 Celsius.
It will be cold again on Thursday night with some showers continuing in the North, Northeast and exposed Atlantic coasts.
Friday morning will begin showery and blustery in places but will become mainly dry during the day with the winds easing. Sunny spells will develop and it will become warmer with temperatures rising to the mid-teens.
It looks like the weekend will continue to see daytime temperatures around the mid-teens. Winds will be mainly moderate northwest decreasing lighter on Sunday. Weatherwise there will be a mixture of sunny spells and some showers, the showers mostly early in the weekend.
There is a gale warning in operation
Small Craft Warning
There is a small craft warning in operation.
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Sea Area Forecast until 0600 Friday 24 May 2013
Issued at 0600 Thursday 23 May 2013
Gale warning: in operation; issued 0500/23-05-2013.
Small craft warning: in operation; issued 0500/23-05-2013.
Meteorological situation at 0300: A northwest to north airstream will strengthen today while becoming increasingly unstable, especially in northern and eastern areas.
Forecast for coasts from Malin Head to Howth Head to Carnsore Point and the Irish Sea -
Wind: Northwest to north force 5 to 7, increasing gale force 8 at times today.
Weather: Showers spreading south, some heavy.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate in heavy showers.
Forecast for coasts from Carnsore Point to Slyne Head to Malin Head -
Wind: Northwest to north force 4 or 5, increasing force 5 or 6, locally force 7 by afternoon; decreasing north force 4 or 5 overnight.
Weather: Mainly fair apart from isolated showers up to nightfall.
Warning of heavy swell: Nil.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 0600 Saturday 25 May 2013: Fresh to strong, northerly winds soon slackening and becoming variable later; becoming mainly fair.
May 22nd @ 10am
Surf is 3 foot at Tullan with light onshore winds. The peak is 1 foot and onshore. Rossnowalgh is 1 foot and onshore.
Low tide: 10:12, 0.9m
High Tide: 16:36, 3.6m
3 Day Forecast (to May 23rd)
For the weekend Sunday looks like being the best day with offshore winds. Next week looks like good weather and clean waves at Tullan in the 2-3 foot range.
Courtesy of Bundoran Surf Co. - http://www.bundoransurfco.com/
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