Ireland’s weather: Sunny, dry weather expected after weeks of wet spells

Ireland’s weather: Sunny, dry weather expected after weeks of wet spells
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The dreadful rainy weather is about to come to a stop since Met Eireann expects dry, sunny weather to start tomorrow.

Additionally, the mercury is expected to rise starting on Monday, approaching 20 degrees. However, the gloomy, wet weather is expected to return on Wednesday, so it will be crucial to take advantage of it while you can.

For the remainder of the week, the unfavourable weather is expected to resume with numerous periods of heavy rain and gloomy, overcast days. The complete forecast from Met Eireann states:


Today is cloudy and rainy, with periods of relief in the evening. The highest temperatures range from 15 to 17 degrees, and most northeasterly winds are moderate with stronger gusts along the coast.


Tonight will be mostly dry with some cloud cover and clear periods as the final of the rain clears early in the night. 9 to 12 degrees at their lowest with light to moderate northerly breezes.


Tomorrow will have lots of dry intervals between the scattered light showers and sunny periods. With light to moderate northwest breezes, the highest temperatures were from 17 to 19 degrees.

Monday Night

Dry for the most part with extended clear periods and only a few light showers. Minimum temperatures range from 7 to 11 degrees with mainly modest northwesterly breezes.


Initially mostly dry with sunny intervals, but through the morning, clouds and sporadic showers will move in from the west. Through the afternoon and evening, thicker clouds will advance from the west, bringing with them outbursts of rain and drizzle. 16 to 19 degrees at their highest with light to moderate westerly breezes.

Tuesday Night

becoming wet as rain outbreaks continue to spread outward from the west, heavy at times with the possibility of minor surface flooding. often between 11 and 15 degrees, with light to moderate south to southwest breezes.


A rainy, gloomy, windy day with widespread, heavy rain and the potential for localised flooding. Later, a westward clearance for showers will arrive. Maximum temperatures are 17 to 19 or 20 degrees with light to moderate southwest winds that get strong along exposed shores.


There will be a lot of dry intervals throughout the day, especially later in the day, with a mix of cloudy and sunny periods and showers forecast. Most often mild westerly breezes and temperatures in the 17 to 21 degrees range.