Don’t light the fire just yet.
It might be autumn but we’re set to enjoy another week of warm and humid weather, with Met Éireann predicting temperatures of up to 23C on Tuesday.
According to the national forecaster, today, Monday will be “humid and breezy and mostly dry to start however patches of rain or drizzle will develop in western parts during the late morning.”
Highest temperatures for the rest of the day will range from 17 to 21 degrees, in moderate to fresh and gusty southwest to west winds.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and misty, with outbreaks of rain affecting parts of west Munster becoming heavier later in the day.
“Some limited brighter intervals may occur in the southeast. Maximum temperatures will range 17 to 23 degrees in moderate southwest breezes.” say forecasters.
Temperatures will begin to drop on Wednesday and Thursday when forecasters say it will feel “much fresher: with highs of 13 to 15 degrees. Current indications suggest next weekend will bring “a lot of dry weather with mild spells of sunshine and southerly breezes”.