Outlook Heavy rain will continue to affect parts of the east and south on Wednesday night, with an ongoing risk of localised flooding. Lowest temperatures of 2 to 6 degrees in strong northerly winds. The rain will persist on Thursday with the east coast being the most affected with further heavy falls. Elsewhere the rain will be lighter with some sunny spells at times. Highest temperatures of 7 to 12 degrees in strong northerly winds.
The wet and windy weather will continue on Friday with widespread rain and fresh northerly winds. This will keep temperatures at 7 to 10 degrees. However on Saturday the rain will ease off, with showers developing and more in the way of sunny spells. Temperatures will rise a degree or two and will reach 9 to 12 degrees, however the fresh northerly winds will still be blowing. On Sunday it looks more rain is on the way with all parts being affected. The unsettled weather will continue into next week too.
Source - Met Eireann
I'm looking for a 'serious' saltwater fly fisher to help another angler and I make a short film about the experiences of fly fishing on the South East Coast -
- Enthusiasm (endless)
- Sense of humour (good or bad)
- SW fly casting and fishing ability in most conditions
- Lots of patience
- Knowledge of multi media technology
- Similar state of mind (?)
- Must love SWFF
- Did I say patience
- Lack of fishing, tackle or any other ego!