Irish weather to improve next week as high pressure brings sunny spells
Get the sunnies out.
Met Éireann has predicted a positive change in the weather for the coming week with high pressure approaching the country.
After a week of miserable rainy conditions, the news of better weather will no doubt lift the nation's spirits.
Most of the gloom and drizzle is set to clear by Sunday evening, heralding the return of sunny spells from Monday. Temperatures are set to remain cool, however they will rise as the week goes on, with 18C predicted in some areas from Wednesday.
"High pressure will dominate our weather this week, bringing largely dry conditions and a good deal of sunshine," said the national forecaster. "Feeling cool at the start of the week, becoming warmer as the week goes on."
Rain and drizzle in the east will be replaced by sunny spells and isolated showers from the west this afternoon ⛅️🌦️
Highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees 🌡️in moderate, occasionally fresh, northwest winds 🍃
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A mostly dry and clear night, with the chance of isolated light showers. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees in light northwesterly winds.
A largely dry day with sunny spells and just well scattered light showers, mainly in the north. Feeling warmer with highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees in light to moderate northwest winds.
Dry overnight with clear spells. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees, with patches of mist and fog developing as winds fall light and variable.
Another largely dry day, with sunshine for many and just isolated light showers. Highest temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees in light southwesterly or variable winds.
Cloudier conditions in the west on Thursday with a few showers. Dry with sunny spells further east. Patchy rain and drizzle will develop along Atlantic coasts in the evening. Highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees, warmest in the east. Light to moderate southwesterly winds, freshening along northwestern coasts in the afternoon.
Cloudy with patchy rain and drizzle at first on Friday, giving way to sunny spells and scattered light showers in the afternoon. Top temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees.
Current indications suggest high pressure will remain the dominant influence over our weather next weekend. Staying generally dry and bright with temperatures in the high teens or low twenties.
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