Beach bag packed?
There’s been scant opportunity for a day on the sand lately, but if you’re craving a sea swim and some salty air, there are two days this week that look pretty decent, weather-wise.
After a dull start, both Wednesday and Thursday will be warm and mostly dry later on.
“Wednesday will begin cloudy with patches of mist and drizzle.” say the forecasters at Met Éireann.
“However, amounts will be fairly small with some warm sunshine breaking through into the afternoon and evening. Humid with highest temperatures of 20 to 24 degrees Celsius, in just light southerly or variable breezes.”
Thursday will bring some sunny spells but a good deal of cloud overall to begin with, alongside some patchy drizzle, mist and fog, mainly in the south.
While it will be breezier in the afternoon, we can also expect some warm sunny spells and highest temperatures of 19 to 24 degrees Celsius.
🌄 Weather forecast for the week ahead 🌄
Tuesday to Thursday will be quite cloudy with outbreaks of rain & drizzle at times but decent dry spells too. ☁️
Becoming warm for Wednesday & Thursday. 🌤️ 🌡️
Showery conditions from Friday & turning a little cooler again. ☔️ pic.twitter.com/nig5Ph04jP
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) August 7, 2023
Enjoy the beach while you ca, because the outlook for the coming week isn’t great: ”
Warm on Thursday, but turning breezier with fresher and showery conditions to end the week.” said a forecaster.