It is set to be another scorcher today with the temperatures of up to 27 degrees predicted in Leinster on Bank Holiday Monday – but enjoy it while it lasts. According to Met Eireann, it will get cooler from tomorrow afternoon onward with some chance of rain…yes rain tomorrow night.
The weather experts are expecting that Tuesday will be warm again with maximum temperatures of 23 to 27 degrees Celsius. It will be dry and sunny to begin, but the sunshine will turn a bit hazier through the afternoon as cloud amounts increase, with some rain spreading from the northwest in the evening.
There will be aoticeable change to cooler and more changeable conditions from midweek.
With temperatures xropping to 12-17 on Wednesday and itr will be much breezier.
It will start out mostly cloudy in the east and south with occasional rain or showers, but drier and brighter conditions in the west and north will spread countrywide later with some sunny intervals developing.
Dry for much of Thursday in the east and south, with some sunshine early on, but tending to cloud over. Mostly cloudy conditions further west and north with outbreaks of rain and drizzle developing during the morning and edging only slowly southeastwards through the course of the day. Winds will be mostly moderate west to northwest with top temperatures of 12 to 17 degrees.
Friday is currently looking rather cool and breezy with a mix of sunshine and showers. Northwest winds will be moderate to fresh and gusty, strong near coasts, with maximum temperatures ranging from 11 to 16 degrees north to south.
:Details a little uncertain for next weekend but rather cool conditions signalled with a northwesterly airflow dominating and maximum temperatures below average for the time of year. Current indications for Saturday suggest fairly widespread showers in brisk west to northwest winds, with showers clearing eastwards on Sunday as the northwesterly winds gradually moderate.