Experts are predicting Ireland could be about to get an Indian summer 2 years ago

Experts are predicting Ireland could be about to get an Indian summer

We thought it was over. It isn't.

For anyone in Ireland who was maybe enjoying the return to rain and slightly lower temperatures, it turns out that maybe we shouldn't be getting that excited anymore.


With huge high-pressure fronts coming from the other side of the Atlantic, as American meteorological service Weather.US predicts that the temperatures will continue to build all this week, and well into next week too, and will be warmest on Thursday 6 September with temperatures expected to climb back up to around 23 degrees.

According to the folk at the Midlands Weather Channel:

"The latest model guidance seems to indicate that we may experience an Indian Summer, in short meaning that a return to drier, brighter and warmer weather now looks increasingly likely!

"The warmer, free and sunnier weather looks to develop really from about Wednesday onwards when it will become dry and settled, with the warmer temperatures likely to occur over the weekend."

This leads into even more good weather news for those heading to Electric Picnic, as they continue:

"Conditions at present look ideal for the Electric Picnic, apart from a little cloud and maybe a spot of mist on Friday night. Saturday and Sunday both look like being dry and sunny, with temperatures reaching the low twenties in some places."