It’s classic Irish weather, really.
You’ll be needing both a cosy jumper and a dab of sunscreen for the rest of the weekend, with Met Éireann predicting a touch of frost and a gloriously sunny afternoon in the coming 24 hours in Cork.
It will be dry and cold tonight with frost developing in places.
“Long clear spells will allow temperatures to drop to between +2 and -1 Celsius. Mist and fog patches are also possible with light variable breezes.” say the forecasters.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) September 26, 2020
On Sunday we can expect a mainly dry day with hazy sunshine: “Cloud will steadily increase from the west through the late morning and afternoon bringing some drizzle to western counties by evening. Highest temperatures of 15 to 17 Celsius, with a light southwest breeze, freshening on western coasts later.”
Not bad for the last days of September.
Monday and Tuesday are set to be dry too, with temperatures of up to 15C. Grab your sunglasses (and a scarf) and head outdoors to enjoy the best of it.