It’s glorious in Cork this morning.
And after a dull and rather chilly weekend, Met Éireann says we can expect plenty of dry, warm weather on Leeside for the rest of the week, although there will be some showers to dodge in between.
According to forecasters, today will be dry with good spells of sunshine and highest temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees – ideal for the beach if you happen to have Monday off.
Today will be generally dry with spells of sunshine 🌤️
This evening, it will become cloudier in the northwest with some patchy light rain or drizzle developing near the coast ☁️
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 20, 2022
Tonight will become increasingly cloudy with light rain and drizzle developing in the west and spreading eastwards over the western half of the province and Tuesday morning will be mostly cloudy and damp with patchy drizzle.
“Through the afternoon and evening, some bright or sunny intervals will develop and perhaps a few light showers.” said a forecaster. Highest temperatures for Tuesday will range between 16 and 19 degrees.
According to the national outlook, Wednesday will be largely dry “with a fair amount of cloud and some sunny intervals, the best of these in the east and south” and highest temperatures of 16 to 21 degrees. Thursday will be similar, with temperatures creeping up to 22C in parts.
“It looks like the weather will change on Friday,” warns Met Éireann.
“It will start off mainly dry. However, rain will develop in the west early in the morning and will gradually spread eastwards across the country. Cooler weather with showers will follow later.”
Better get out and soak up that Vitamin D while it’s going then.