The weather for this week is set to be nicer than last week, at least
Well, it's not as if the weather could get any worse.
We've just had a very rainy week in the middle of June, and the bad news is that the showers look set to continue, at least partially.
While the rain will continue through Sunday and parts of Monday, there will be "longer drier and sunnier intervals" everywhere besides the North-West. Top temperatures 14 to 18 C in moderate southwesterly winds. Mostly dry and clear overnight. Lows of 6 to 9 C.
According to Met Éireann, Tuesday is set to be even better again, with temperatures even reaching 20 degrees.
"Tuesday will bring a few showers, but mostly dry and bright overall, with cloudy and sunny periods. Top temperatures 17 to 19 maybe 20 C, in light to moderate variable breezes."
Wednesday will see both showers and sunny spells, as well as temperatures between 15 to 19 degrees.
So all in all, there's a pretty solid chance that we'll get wet, but also the promise that we will dry off quite soon afterwards. At least it won't be as grey and cold as this week was. Don't you love an Irish summer?
You can read Met Éireann's forecast in full here.