Met Éireann forecast: Warm temperatures will continue until next weekend

Met Éireann forecast: Warm temperatures will continue until next weekend
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Met Éireann predicts that the present heatwave will last till next weekend.

Public Holiday Monday has been dry and bright, but patchy clouds will continue to form during the afternoon and evening, primarily in the northwest, with the possibility of an isolated shower or two.

In mild to moderate easterly breezes, temperatures range from 20 to 25 degrees, with the west being the hottest and the northern and eastern margins being slightly colder.

Tuesday will be another mostly bright and dry day.

High pressure will continue to dominate our weather this week, keeping things dry and comfortable with lots of sunshine.

Most of Wednesday will be dry and bright, with the possibility of a brief rain in Ulster.

Highs towards the east and northeast will be significantly colder, with highs ranging from 16 to 19 degrees in light to moderate easterly breezes.

Across the country, Thursday will be dry with hazy sunlight.

Later, some patchy cloudiness is likely in the southwest. Temperatures range from 17 to 20 degrees Celsius in Leinster and east Ulster, and from 20 to 23 degrees Celsius elsewhere, with mild to moderate easterly breezes.

The majority of the country will remain dry on Friday, with hazy sunlight.

However, the south and southwest may probably be cloudier at times, with the possibility of some patchy showers and drizzle.

Temperatures range from 17 to 22 degrees, with the highest temperatures in the west and moderate easterly breezes.

Temperatures will be in the upper teens to low twenties next weekend.

There is still uncertainty in the forecast, although some rains may sweep across the nation from the south. There is a probability of showers moving across the nation from the south.