Better Weather Ahead: Warm conditions are forecast for the weekend

Today will be a warm and humid day with temperatures in the high teens as sunny spells are forecast for the weekend.

Incoming fog will lift this morning to leave most areas with a dry day with developing sunshine. Some fog may linger locally along parts of the east coast.

Met Éireann today only forecast a chance of rain showers during cloudier periods. It will feel warm and humid with highs between 15°C and 19°C and light southeasterly or changing breezes.

Tonight it will be mostly dry with a mix of clouds and clear spells with only a few drizzles.

Light to moderate southerly winds will develop and temperatures will drop back to 5°C to 9°C, coolest and clearest in the eastern areas. Localized patches of fog and fog will also form.

Many areas will have a dry day on Sunday, although there will be some light rain here and there, mainly over the western half of the country.

The best sunshine is in the east where it is warmest with highest temperatures between 15°C and 19°C with a moderate southwesterly breeze fresh along the Atlantic coast.

On Sunday evening persistent rain will hit the Atlantic coastal regions from early in the night.

Further east overnight it will be cloudy but mainly dry with more irregular showers. Fresh south to southwest winds will develop with strong winds along the west coast.

It will be mild with night time temperatures not lower than 10°C to 13°C.

Met Éireann forecast a choppy westerly airflow next week with temperatures returning to the May average with highs in the low to mid teens.

On Monday it will be a wet and windy or blustery day with widespread rain, at times becoming heavy.

Rain will turn to showers later in the afternoon with some sunshine developing later. Fresh to strong south-west winds ease as the rains subside but remain stronger near the Atlantic coast.

The highest temperatures drop again to 13 to 16 °C.

Moderate to fresh south-westerly winds will continue to bring showers from the west throughout Monday night, with occasional strong winds on the west coast with temperatures reaching between 8°C and 11°C.

Tuesday will be a windy day with frequent showers mixed with sunny spells and longer rainy spells are likely in the west and north.

The best dry periods are in the south-east with fresh to strong and gusty south-west winds, possibly very strong at times on the Atlantic coasts.

The maximum temperatures are between 13°C and 17°C. Showers will continue overnight, most frequent or longer in the northwest with clear spells elsewhere.

There is some uncertainty forecast for Wednesday but better dry spells with scattered showers mixed with good sunny spells are signaled.

It will be less windy with mainly moderate westerly winds and maximum temperatures between 13°C and 16°C. Better Weather Ahead: Warm conditions are forecast for the weekend

Fry Electronics Team

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