Weather to become "more changeable" after a few scorchers this week
The scorchers cannot last.
As you may have noticed, Ireland is enduring yet another of a scorcher of a day out there (1 June). Temperatures will range between highs of 22 and 27 degrees today, before cooling down in the evening.
The weather is set to cool as the week goes on, but Tuesday will be yet another day for the Factor 50. Met Éireann is forecasting that tomorrow is set to be "still very warm in most areas with top temperatures of 22 to 27 degrees Celsius, highest over Leinster and Munster."
After that there will be a "noticeable change to cooler and more changeable conditions from midweek.
By Wednesday, a little bit of mildness will have set in, but the weather is set to remain pleasant-ish. Met Éireann is expecting that "maxima will range 12 to 17 degrees, coolest in the north and northwest, in moderate to fresh and gusty northerly winds, strong near some coasts.
"It will start out mostly cloudy in the east and south with occasional rain or showers, but drier and brighter conditions in the west and north will spread countrywide later with some sunny intervals developing."
Thursday will be dry, and is also set to post highs of 12-17 degrees, but we can expect "outbreaks of rain and drizzle developing during the morning and edging only slowly southeastwards through the course of the day."
So make the most of Monday and Tuesday, because the rest of the week will only be pretty good.