The bank holiday weekend is over and so it would seem is the weather that came with it. During the early part of the weekend barbeques were sizzling all over the country and the people of Ireland consumed 5 million burgers, 10 million sausages and 800 million cans of cider.
Unfortunately the weather has taken a downturn again and the forecast from Met Éireann is not good. Here’s what we can expect for the rest of the week.
Wednesday: Breezy and wet until mid-afternoon when it will become even breezier and wetter. A bright spell will spread across the country for about 4 seconds before disappearing behind a big dirty bastard of a cloud. Fresh southerly winds will blow your garden furniture out onto the road and through your neighbour’s windows.
Thursday: A pleasant start to the day from around 6am will turn unpleasant from around 6:15. Dark grey clouds as far as the eye can see will spread misery and depression nationwide. Heavy downpours followed by scattered showers and then some rain.
Friday: Wind. Rain. Windy rain. Rainy wind. Wet windy rain with some heavy rain in places followed by windy wind and rainy wet rain. Expect generally shite conditions to persist for several months. Just book a holiday abroad if you can and get the fuck outta here.