ith the Irish weather doing its blinky washing machine thing, the latest sunny spell is due to end Sunday 11th.
And that’s because Tropical Rainstorm Danielle is spinning like a banshee out in the Atlantic Ocean.
Only now, given that the worst of Danielle’s fury has passed, this is now an ex-tropical rainstorm.
According to Met Éireann, after a mix of cloud and sun on Saturday – with a few scattered showers, of course – the outlook for Sunday is somewhat on the gloomier side, with nationwide rain expected to turn heavy, man, from 2am until 12am Monday. Bringing with it the possibility of localised flooding.
With the rain comes a drop in temperature, with a maximum of 17 to 20 degrees, as Danielle makes its way to the Iberian Peninsula along Spain and Portugal.
On a brighter note, this is the first hurricane of the Atlantic season, which runs from June to November, and for the first time since 1997, there were no named storms in the region during August.
Also, the weather will be slowly getting decidedly drier and warmer through Monday and Tuesday.
So, mind how you go. And check the latest weather for Greystones right here.
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