There is going to be a big change in the weather from next week
A HUGE change in the weather is on the way.
Yes, Met Éireann predicts that it's going to get "much colder" from next week on.
Given that it's the middle of November, it's relatively warm and temperatures are constantly fluctuating so it's next to impossible to figure out what to wear.
To be honest, I'm not entirely unhappy about the imminent change because at least it might mean no more removing your cosy coat halfway to work because of the unseasonably mild weather. Or getting the flu because your body doesn't know how to cope given that it's cold one minute and warm the next, fun times.
Carlow Weather is also expecting this to change from next week on and says cold air will move in from the east next week.
Weather charts continue to show much colder air moving in from the East next week. pic.twitter.com/WX6hIdpozA
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) November 14, 2018
Apparently, weather patterns are going to change considerably over the weekend. However, forecasters have warned that while it is going to get very cold, there's no sign of snow just yet.
Pressure anomaly chart from ECMWF just rolling out for Sunday shows that huge high pressure over Scandinavia. A big change in weather patterns coming from this weekend! But just to be clear still no sign of snow in reliable period. pic.twitter.com/hJcpvMG8Kw
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) November 13, 2018
There's no further information as of yet and of course, these early predictions are subject to change. However, it might be an idea to dig out last year's gloves and scarves over the weekend in case there's a chill in the air come Monday.
Very interesting weather charts in last 48 hours, nothing extreme showing before people get excited but the building blocks for colder weather are appearing, however they often appear at this range only to quickly disappear again, wait and see for now. pic.twitter.com/Xt6OlGjyca
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) November 12, 2018