Met Éireann forecasts temperatures in the mid-20s and "possibly higher" next week
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Met Éireann has said weather conditions are expected to heat up next week, with a forecast for temperatures in the mid-20s and "possibly higher".
While mixed weather is on the cards for Friday and the weekend, early indications suggest that mainly dry, warm and settled conditions will develop for much of next week.
Friday will be cool with some bright spells, but also showers which will initially be mainly in the north and northwest before extending southwards during the day.
Temperatures will range from 13 to 17 degrees in mostly moderate winds, which will be strong on Connacht and west Ulster coasts.
Saturday will see some bright spells along with scattered showers mainly in the east and south. Temperatures between 15 to 20 degrees are forecast in light to moderate breezes.
There is still some uncertainty for Sunday, Met Éireann has stated. However, the forecaster added the day is currently looking mainly dry with sunny spells, though some scattered showers are still likely.
Temperatures will range from 15 to 22 degrees in light or variable breezes.
As to their projections for next week, Met Éireann's early indications suggest Ireland is in for mainly dry and settled conditions, with a mix of clouds, sunny spells and light winds.
The forecaster said it will also become warm with temperatures of 15 to 22 degrees on Monday, before rising to the low to mid-20s for Tuesday and Wednesday and "possibly higher" on Thursday.
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