Report the facts and explain the meteorology!
The west coast of Ireland is set to take something of a beating this week as wave heights approaching 9 metres (high to very high seas) are set to approach the country's western seaboard.
This is due to a deep area of low pressure over the Atlantic blowing southwesterly winds and
A mixed day on Monday with most areas seeing a combination of cloudy skies, showers and sunny spells thanks to multiple fronts edging southeastward across the country
Temperatures will be close to average for the time of year on Monday and Tuesday before rising again toward the weekend