Waterford’s weather for Monday April 23rd
Today will be a mostly cloudy day with outbreaks rain and drizzle gradually spreading further eastwards during the morning. The rain could occasionally turn persistent or heavy before clearing in the afternoon to scattered showers and some bright spells. Top temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees in moderate to fresh and gusty southwest winds, but strong at times near coasts.
This evening, scattered showers will die out and it will be mostly dry tonight with some clear spells developing but showery rain will push into some coastal counties before dawn. Lowest temperatures will stay around 7 or 8 degrees in a light to moderate southwesterly breeze.
Tuesday, there will be showery outbreaks of rain with a few bright or sunny spells. The rain could occasionally turn persistent or heavy before clearing eastwards later in the afternoon or evening. Top temperatures will be 10 to 13 degrees and winds will be mainly moderate southwest to westerly.
High Tides for Monday April 23rd
Waterford: 12.50pm/ 12.25am
Cheekpoint: 12.15pm/ 11.50pm
Tramore/Dunmore: 12.05pm/ 11.40pm
Dungarvan/Youghal/Ardmore: 12.00pm/ 11.35pm