Weather chiefs are even expecting the mercury to reach as high as 25C by next Wednesday

Ireland’s weather is about to take another positive turn with sweltering temperatures countrywide next week.
After a mixed few days, the national forecaster is expecting warm conditions to return this weekend and continue right into next week.
Weather chiefs are even expecting the mercury to reach as high as 25C by next Wednesday.
A Met Eireann forecaster said: “Today will be dry in most parts of the country with a mix of cloud and sunshine. There’ll just be a few well-scattered showers about in moderate north to northeast breezes which will be fresh at the coast. Top temperatures will range from 15 to 18 degrees.
“It’ll be generally dry overnight with clear spells and just one or two rogue showers. Minimum temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees in moderate northerly breezes.
“Sunday will bring plenty of dry weather with spells of sunshine and varying amounts of cloud. Maximum afternoon temperatures will range from around 16 to 20 degrees generally but up to 21 or 22 degrees in south Munster. Winds will be north to northeast in direction, moderate in strength.”
People out enjoying the good weather at Forty foot, Sandycove, Dublin
And high pressure is then set to “dominate” in the early half of next week.
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The forecaster added: ” On Monday most of the country will be dry with spells of warm sunshine. There is just the chance of a few showers moving in from the Irish Sea to affect southeastern counties. Maximum afternoon temperatures will range 18 to 22 degrees generally but cooler at the coast due to brisk onshore breezes. Mostly dry on Monday night with clear spells and lows of 9 to 12 degrees.
Not a cloud in sight in sunny Sandymount (Image: Collins Photos Agency)
“It looks set to be a mostly dry and warm day on Tuesday with spells of sunshine and just the small chance of the odd shower drifting in across south Leinster. Maximum temperatures of 20 to 24 degrees generally but less warm along some coasts due to onshore northerly winds. Dry with clear spells overnight and lows of 10 to 14 degrees.
“Wednesday is expected to be another mostly dry and fine summer’s day with spells of sunshine. Maximum temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees in moderate northeast breezes.”
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