Make the most of it.
While we are currently in the midst of a weather warning for thunderstorms and flooding, it’s important to note that this weekend’s weather is set to be a rather drastic improvement.
Unfortunately, tomorrow (Friday, 10th September) won’t be the best day — a mostly cloudy affair, with temperatures between 15 and 18 degrees. The good news is that any rain will become “more isolated” as the day wears on.
Saturday is a much brighter prospect, with Met Éireann forecasting that it will “feel fresher with a mix of sunny spells and just well scattered patchy showers mostly over Ulster and Atlantic coastal counties.” Temperatures should reach around 20 degrees.
Sunday is expected to be an “autumnal” day, a mix of sunny spells, light breezes and possibly even some mist. Temperatures will remain relatively stable, even reaching 19 degrees.
Monday will be even better again with an increase in sunny spells, though showers can’t be ruled out. Highs of between 17 and 20 degrees are expected nationally.
Sadly, the good news ends there. The deeper we get into the autumn months, the more unsettled the weather will become, with Met Éireann saying that next week will have plenty of rain and showers, as well as a drop in temperature – with highs only reaching the high teens.