It’s a bank holiday weekend in June, suitable for a picnic basket and a generous layer of sunscreen.
Although scattered showers are expected in all areas from early afternoon this morning through early tomorrow morning, temperatures will reach 17 degrees and the east and south-east will be the warmest.
Once the few showers for the next 24 hours pass, it’s mostly dry for the bank holiday weekend, perfect for those hoping to soak up the atmosphere at Bloom or planning to complete Sunday’s mini-marathon.
According to the Met Éireann, Saturday is expected to be dry and sunny across most of the country, although some showers may occasionally penetrate the southern coastal districts.
The maximum temperatures are forecast at 14 to 20 degrees.
Sunday is expected to be dry in the morning and afternoon with sunny spells, but rain will infiltrate Leinster and Munster in the evening.
There will be highs of 14 to 19 degrees and the east and southeast will be the coolest.
Finally, it makes sense to make the most of Bank Holiday Monday as bright and sunny spells are expected with highs of 13 to 17 degrees.
According to the Met Éireann outlook, current signs suggest the weather will become more unsettled from Tuesday as rain spreads from the southwest.
And temperatures will be in the high teens or low 20’s.
https://www.independent.ie/weather/met-eireann-predicts-june-bank-holiday-weekend-of-sunshine-temperatures-to-hit-20-degrees-41713198.html Met Éireann is forecasting a June bank holiday weekend with sunshine and temperatures up to 20 degrees