Get the washing in early.
Met Éireann says we can expect sunny spells and showers this morning, with heavier showers developing by the afternoon and thunderstorms and localised flooding possible.
According to forecasters, highest temperatures will range between 18 to 22 degrees for most of Monday. The showers will die off overnight, with clear spells developing and it will be mild after dark, with lowest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees.
Tuesday will be a “mostly cloudy and showery day with showers turning heavier into the afternoon and evening.”
Some thunderstorms are likely, particularly inland, with highest temperatures of 18 to 21 degrees.
Scattered showers this morning will become more widespread in the afternoon and evening, some turning heavy with thunderstorms and localised flooding possible ☔️⛈️⚠️
Highs of 18 to 22°C in light to moderate southwest breezes 🌡️
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 19, 2023
Hayfever sufferers have been warned that the pollen count will be high today, Monday, but low on Tuesday, so some relief is just around the corner.
The outlook for the rest of the week is much the same, warm but unsettled with further thunderstorms bringing localised flooding. Thursday is looking like the hottest day of the week, with top temperatures of up to 24C forecast, dropping back down to 21C by Friday.