Heavy SNOW in the VERY near future? This Irish forecaster seems to think so13th Nov 18 | News
Should we start stocking up on the bread?
We're only just beginning to adjust to the cooler temperatures in recent weeks, but brace yourselves - apparantly it's set to get a WHOLE lot cooler in the very near future!
On Monday Carlow Weather reported of a Scandinavian high and it was predicted by Midland Weather Channel that Ireland could be in store for quite a bit of snow in the near future.
Did someone ask for a Scandinavian High🤔 pic.twitter.com/UvhjFNVjys— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) November 12, 2018
Cathal Nolan of the Midlands Weather Channel said:
"The development of easterly winds are likely to reduce our temperatures considerably, with night time frosts becoming widespread and severe in many areas.
"If such conditions do develop the temperatures can be expected to remain in the low single figures even by day.
Given the continental origin of the air mass the majority of the country could expect to experience rather dry weather, however as we experienced last March when such a similar pressure pattern developed, eastern areas would certainly be at risk of seeing the possibility of some wintry showers."
Better start stocking up on the bread!