Met Éireann forecasts a return to normal conditions in the coming days

The country will return to more normal conditions in the coming days as temperatures drop back to averages for this time of year.

et Éireann forecast temperatures will remain around normal for the remainder of the week.

However, it will be wetter this weekend.

Today begins mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers. However, clouds are slowly thinning allowing for some sunny spells to develop with mostly dry conditions in general.

Temperatures are about normal with highs ranging between 15°C in the north-west and 21°C in the south-east, all with moderate north-west breezes.

Most areas remain dry under broken clouds tonight but some fog and fog will set in. The lowest temperatures are between 9 ° C and 13 ° C with only light, variable breezes.

Thursday will bring a mix of clouds and some sunny intervals. While it will be mostly dry, there will also be some well-scattered showers, with some heavier ones possible later in the southeast.

Highest temperatures range between 15°C and 20°C with mostly light northerly or variable breezes.

Most areas will be dry on Friday with warm sunny spells developing. There will be few light showers across the south and west of the country, with highs between 18C and 22C with light, variable breezes.

Rain and drizzle will rise very slowly from the southwest with some heavy outbursts possible. It will be a mild night with low temperatures between 11°C and 16°C with a light to moderate south-west wind.

Saturday will be a fairly wet day with showers and drizzle moving across the country in a moderate southerly airflow.

Rain will be heaviest and most persistent in the west and north, but some sunny spells will also develop in places.

It will be a warm and humid day with highs between 18°C ​​and 23°C, warmest in the Midlands and East.

More rain is expected overnight with some heavy eruptions possible. It will be very mild and muggy with hill and coastal fog

Sunday will be a windy day with scattered rain showers. There will also be some warm sunny spells with maximum temperatures between 17ºC and 24ºC, best in the eastern half of Ireland. Met Éireann forecasts a return to normal conditions in the coming days

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