Met Éireann Forecast – Next week will remain warm with a chance of thunderstorms
By The Headlines, June 11, 2023 | 05:00 PM
According to Met Éireann, the recent high temperatures will persist until next week along with periods of intense rain and thunderstorms.
On Sunday, there were both gloomy and sunny moments.
The weather will largely remain dry as well, but a few scattered showers will form, especially in the west and midlands, and they might become heavy later this evening.
Low winds were present, and the highest temperatures ranged from 20 to 24 degrees. The lowest temperatures range from 12 to 16 degrees with calm or mild winds.
A very warm week with sunny intervals and sporadic heavy showers or thunderstorms is what Met Éireann is predicting. There will be a lot of pollen and UV index.
Some coastal locations will occasionally be affected by mist and fog. Tuesday night sees the last of the showers before clear spells arrive. there are spots with fog or mist.
Staying mostly dry this afternoon, although scattered showers🌦️ will develop across the midlands & W in particular, potentially turning heavy later this evening☔️.— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 11, 2023
Sunny spells🌤️ will develop for many areas as well.
Quite humid with highs🌡️ of 20 to 24°C. pic.twitter.com/lFZBjq6MiE