Tomorrow is set to be the hottest day of the year but it’s not going to last
Break out the suncream, but be prepared...
Ireland is set to experience the hottest day of the year tomorrow, but don't get too excited just yet.
Thursday (23 June) is set to make the mercury rise to its highest point in 2022 so far.
Tomorrow morning will start generally cloudy, with patchy light rain in the west and northwest.
Going into the afternoon, the weather will become drier and brighter, with highest temperatures of 17 to 23 degrees, possibly even hitting 24 degrees in the southeast.
After tomorrow's dry skies, however, it's all downhill from here.
Friday is set to be dull and wet, with showery rain spreading across the country, turning heavy at times both during the day and night.
More of the same is to be expected from Saturday, with winds picking up nationwide.
The day is set to be cloudy and breezy, with highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees forecast.
Sunday will be a mixed bag, with some sunny spells followed by widespread showers.
These showers will turn heavy, and even thundery potentially during the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures are expected to be between 14 to 18 degrees.
Met Éireann is predicting that the weather will stay generally unsettled early next week, with low pressure dominating for the next period.
In short, expect a lot of rain going into July, so make sure you take advantage of the good weather tomorrow.
Typical Irish summer, eh?