Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Weather 10-Day Trend: Fri 25th Dec 2020 to Sun 3rd Jan 2021

Thursday, December 24, 2020

Weather 10-Day Trend: Fri 25th Dec 2020 to Sun 3rd Jan 2021

With the Christmas break coming up, I am sure that many of you will be availing of the time to get out for a run. The weather forecast for the next 10-days is a mixed bag however.

On Christmas Day, a high pressure system out in the North Atlantic will dominate our weather keeping things dry.

On Saturday, this will move further west allowing a low pressure system to form to the north of Ireland and the UK. This will be the dominant weather feature for Sunday and the start of next week as cold northerly winds bring winter showers down across the country.

It really be a missed bag with plenty of sunshine mixed with bouts of showers from Sunday to Wednesday.
From the middle of next week, a high pressure system will become dominant again allowing some more settled dryer weather for the rest of the week.

The only consistent feature for the 10-days is that is will feel quiet cold with the temperature well down into single figures. In sheltered spots when the sun comes out, it might feel quite pleasant but otherwise, you need to wrap up.
Summary... Lots of potential showers from Sunday to Wednesday but also some clear spells. Improving in the second half of next week. Cold in the wind.

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