Who doesn’t love some pleasant weather?
Sure, it’s not exactly splitting the rocks, and yes there might be a bit of rain, but at least we’re not looking at torrential downpours and minus-zero temperatures.
Met Éireann’s latest regional forecast for Munster is relatively cheerful, with a dry and bright start expected on Tuesday (September 21st), followed by patchy, light drizzle (mostly in West Cork), and temperatures of between 17 and 19 degrees.
Rain on Wednesday may avoid Cork as it moves from the northwest to the southeast. Temperatures will remain steady at 16 to 20 degrees and there will be a fresh breeze in the air.
Thursday will be a dry day for the southern half of the country with mild temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees, and the rain should hold off for Friday too, which will see temperatures climb back up towards the 20 degree mark.
All in all, Cork should avoid the worst of this week’s weather with plenty of warm and dry moments in the mix.
Today will likely be the rainiest day of the week, at least until later in the day when it is expected to become sunny.