The summer is officially over.
But if you’re planning on starting autumn by walking to school or work, Met Éireann has some good news for the coming days.
The weather will remain warm and balmy for most of the week in Cork, with high pressure dominating right up until Thursday.
The rest of Monday morning will be largely dry with bright or sunny spells.
“In the afternoon and evening, a few showers may develop in the north of the province and may be heavy. It will be warm with highest temperatures of 21 to 23 degrees and light to moderate easterly breezes.” said a forecaster.
We can expect it to stay “largely dry with good sunny spells and mostly light breezes” before becoming more unsettled from Friday onwards.
“Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will all be mainly dry with sunny spells and just a few showers at times.” they added.
Highest temperatures of 19 to 22 degrees are expected for much of the country, with lowest night time temperatures ranging from about 9 to 12 degrees.