Farmers ‘ prayers were answered, the rain and cool weather for the week ahead

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    Irish farmers prayer should be resolved this week with the return of cool weather and rain on the cards
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Irish farmers prayer should be resolved this week with the return of cool weather and rain on the cards

According to the met Ireland the amount of precipitation for the next week will be about normal for most countries, but is projected to be above normal in the Northwest. The bulk of precipitation is expected on Friday or early on Saturday morning.

The cooling temperature is expected on Tuesday with average values falling by almost 2 degrees negative.

Temperatures in most parts of the country will fall to 14 ° C, the coldest it has been for two months.

Today, we offer the best weather conditions, but temperatures will slide from 25C to 19C, although parts of Ulster and Connacht will see a chilly high of 15C.

Met Eireann warned that the nights cool conditions and heavy rains gradually begin to dominate the weather in Ireland.

Temperatures Thursday will not exceed 17C in Leinster and other parts of Ireland before bracing a maximum of 14S.

The night temperature will slide only 7C in some places.

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However, it is the soul that will be a dominant week with rain, including downpours, the forecast from this evening until Friday when it will rain and blustery winds

The next few days will see reasonable amounts of sunlight, but on Friday and most of Saturday will be cloudy or overcast.

Next weekend also looks likely to prevail rains, some of which can be quite heavy.

While the soul would be a nice incentive for Irish water and local authorities, there is no sign of the hose ban will be relaxed until the end of August.

Irish water warned that a substantial long rains are still needed to replenish the fresh water reserves in the country. Scale summer drought emphasizes the fact, one of the largest rivers of Ireland, on the Blackwater in North cork, now you can go behind the farm through the spillway, which was fully exposed low water level.

Streams, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs remain at very low levels due to exceptionally dry conditions in June and July.

Restrictions on the use of water to preserve stocks, is expected to continue for several weeks.

Farm groups have warned that the consequences of desperately needed rain for crops, may be undermined by low temperatures, which could inhabit grass and plant growth.

Productivity is almost at 2017 levels.

Farm groups have warned that the price of hay and silage has soared in Ireland.

Fears now grow that even potential food imports could be brought down given the severe drought conditions in the UK and throughout Europe.

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