US braces for second day of scorching temperaturesUS
Americans are facing a second - and equally scorching - day of hot weather, with daytime temperatures forecast to approach 38C (100F) across a number of major US cities.
Cloudy and humid for the rest of today with outbreaks of rain, which will be will heavy at times, especially in the northern half of the province, with a slight risk of thunder. Drier conditions will develop in southern parts this evening. Moderate to fresh and gusty southerly winds will be strong at times near the coast.
Further outbreaks of rain early tonight, mostly in northern parts, but the rain will clear northwards. Mild and humid with patchy hill and coastal fog. Lows of 16 to 18 Celsius in moderate to fresh and gusty south to southwest winds. Again winds will be strong at times near the coast.
Monday will be a dry day in most parts with sunny spells developing during the day. Cloudier along parts of the south coast where a few spots of drizzle are possible. Warm or very warm with highs of 21 to 24 Celsius generally in moderate to fresh southwest breezes. A little cooler near the south coast with highs of 19 or 20 Celsius.
Cloudy for the rest of today with outbreaks of rain. The rain will be heavy at times with isolated thundery bursts. The best of the dry weather will be in the southeast. Highest temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees. Moderate to fresh southerly winds will be strong and gusty at times along coasts.
Further outbreaks of rain early tonight, mainly in the north and west of the country. The rain will clear overnight with the exception of some north and northwest coasts. Feeling close with temperatures not lower than 16 to 18 degrees. Southwest breezes mostly moderate but winds strong at times on coasts.
A mainly dry and very warm day for much of the country with spells of sunshine. It will be cloudier along parts of the west and south coast with patchy drizzle. Highest temperatures of 20 to 26 degrees, just a little cooler on western coasts. Southwest breezes will be moderate to fresh with strong winds again along west coasts.
Monday night will be mainly dry. However, there will be some patches of mist and drizzle. It will be very mild and humid with temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees. Tuesday will be mainly dry and will brighten up after a misty start with some sunny spells developing. It will become cloudier in the west in the evening. It will continue very warm and humid with highest temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees with moderate southerly breezes, coolest in the south and warmest over the northern half of the country. On Tuesday night, outbreaks of rain will develop along the west coast. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of showery rain moving eastwards across the country. There'll be some decent dry periods also. Highest temperatures of 19 to 22 degrees with light to moderate southerly breezes. During Wednesday night, persistent or heavy rain will develop in the southwest and will spread northeastwards overnight. Thursday morning will be wet with widespread rain, which will be heavy at times. The rain will clear northwards with showers following. Highest temperatures of 19 to 23 degrees with fresh, gusty southerly winds, which will ease in the evening and early night. Friday will be a bright, fresh day with sunny spells and some scattered showers. highest temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees with light to moderate southwest breezes. At the moment it looks like next weekend will bring spells of rain or showers at times.
Through today and tonight, falls of heavy rain will give high rainfall totals with reduced visibility and a risk of localised flooding.
Issued: 21 July 2019 07:00
Validity: 21 July 2019 07:00 to 22 July 2019 07:00
South to southwest winds will reach force 6 or higher today and tomorrow on all Irish coasts.
Issued: 21 July 2019 17:00
Weather conditions conducive to the spread of potato blight will develop across Ireland today and at times during this week.
Issued: 21 July 2019 06:00
South, 22 Knots, Gust 35 Knots, Cloudy, 24 Miles, 1006, Falling
South-Southwest, 10 Knots, Gust 27 Knots, Light drizzle, 10 Miles, 1012, Falling slowly
South-Southwest, 21 Knots, Wave ht: 1.9 m, The visibility at Tuskar is 9 Miles, 1016, Falling slowly
South-Southwest, 20 Knots, Rain shower, 1.5 Miles, 1013, Falling slowly
South-Southwest, 20 Knots, Recent drizzle, 2 Miles, 1013, Falling slowly
Southwest, 19 Knots, Gust 32 Knots, Mod rain, 1.5 Miles, 1011, Steady
South-Southwest, 19 Knots, Light rain, 1.1 Miles, 1007, Falling slowly
South-Southwest, 17 Knots, Rain shower, 12 Miles, 1006, Steady
South, 27 Knots, Gust 36 Knots, Wave height not available, 1012, Falling slowly
Southwest, 18 Knots, Wave height not available, 1012, Steady
South-Southwest, 19 Knots, Wave height not available, 1004, Falling slowly
West-Southwest, 10 Knots, Wave ht: 1.8 m, 1003, Falling slowly
Sea Area Forecast until 1800 Monday 22 July 2019. Issued at 1800 Sunday 21 July 2019.
Meteorological Situation at 1500: A frontal wave is present over the area in a strong southwest flow.
Wind: South to southwest force 5 to 6, occasionally force 7.
Wind: South to southwest force 5 or 6, occasionally force 7 in the Irish Sea
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 1800 Tuesday 23 July 2019: Strong southerly winds, easing gradually later. Patches of drizzle and fog on Atlantic coasts, otherwise mainly fair.