|Image taken at 8:30am this morning|
I woke this morning to light rain and drizzle and it promises to be what we call 'a soft day' in Ireland. The next few days could bring a few more showers but overall rainfall amounts should be fairly small and it will remain warm. As I write the temperature is 22ºC and will certainly rise later when the promised sunny spells will develop.
The present rain is due to the remnants of hurricane Joaquin which now form a post-tropical low of 992 hPa situated off the western coast of the Iberian peninsula, filling gradually.
By the way the sea temperature is around a balmy 25ºC, so if you get wet in the rain just go for a swim in the sea before you dry off.
|Update: This photo was taken about an hour later than the one above and shows that the rain has stopped.|