CREDIT: Carlow Weather
A "plunge of very cold air" is coming in from the East this weekend, warns Carlow forecaster, Alan O'Reilly.
According to www.carlowweather.com, it is "very unusual" for such high pressure to be establishing out West in the Atlantic.
He added: "The anomaly chart shows a black hole," and he has said that it is "off the scale".
"This allows a plunge of very cold air in from the East. Gardeners won’t be happy but it beats storms tracking towards us," Alan said.
Very unusual to such high pressure establishing out West in the Atlantic at the weekend. The anomaly chart shows a balck hole as it it off the scale!— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) March 23, 2020
This allows a plunge of very cold air in from the East. Gardeners won’t be happy but it beats storms tracking towards us! pic.twitter.com/QIChszzC5l
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