Good news, it looks like the weather is going to pick up again next week
Looks like things could be looking up on the weather front next week.
It looks like there may finally be some good news on the weather front as Met Éireann has forecasted warmer weather and drier conditions for Ireland next week.
This week is set to be mostly cloudy with average temperatures and patchy rain and drizzle, however, things are set to turn around a bit from next week.
Current indications from the weather experts suggest that it will become more settled and a little warmer from early next week, with "a lot of dry weather" on the cards.
Tomorrow will continue to be rather cloudy and will stay mostly dry with temperatures of between 15 to 20 degrees. However, there will be some patchy light rain and drizzle.
Meanwhile, it will be another largely cloudy day with most areas staying dry on Wednesday. Patchy rain and drizzle is also expected in certain parts of the country with temperatures sitting at between 15 to 19 degrees.
There will be a lot of cloud again on Thursday with the chance of some outbreaks of rain lingering in the south and southeast into the afternoon.
Otherwise, it will be a mainly dry day with just a few spots of drizzle and some mild or warm sunshine breaking through at times too.
Highest temperatures will reach 16 to 20 degrees.
Friday will likely be a wet day with outbreaks of rain sweeping across the country and heavier showers later in the day. Temperatures will remain between 16 to 20 degrees.
Conditions will remain humid and unsettled with outbreaks of rain in most areas on Saturday as temperatures hit 17 to 20 degrees generally.
However, things will take a turn on Sunday as showers become more scattered with "sunny spells" and highs of 17 to 20 degrees.