While an area of area high pressure is over central Europe and brings a warming trend to western Europe this weekend, a strong low pressure system over the Atlantic will cause a cold front to impact Ireland on Saturday and parts of the United Kingdom Sunday.
This feature will spread heavy rain across Ireland. Rainfall amounts are expected to average 1.00-1.50 inches (25-38 mm) across Dublin with localized as high as 2.00 inches (51 mm) which will lead to areas of flooding.
Accompanying the heavy rain, south to southwesterly winds ahead of the cold front will average 30-40 mph (50-65 km/h) with gusts as high as 50 mph (80 km/h). As a result, power outages will occur across parts of Ireland on Saturday due to downed trees and power lines.
After a chilly weekend, a milder week is ahead for the Cleveland area.
Rainy weather is expected midweek for the Detroit area.
No rain is in sight for southern California this week. Sunshine and mild weather will prevail.
Mother Nature will bring another blast of winter weather from Missouri to Delaware before spring arrives.
A storm system will bring snow and ice to parts of the mid-Atlantic and the South through Monday.
The winter chill will not relax its grip on the Twin Cities through the first half of the coming week.
Neosha, MO (1970)
27.6" of snow.
Montgomery, AL (1990)
Rainfall of 7.75".
1-2 feet of snow from Grant to Estes Park (15th-16th).