But it won’t be especially good either.
Met Éireann’s latest regional forecast for Munster lays out a cloudy weekend ahead. The good news, however, is that we don’t have to prepare for any dense fog or flood-level rainfall, and there will be some bright and dry spells throughout.
Fog will clear today (Friday, October 15th), as bright spells and patchy drizzle develops throughout the day, and temperatures hover around a mild 13-15 degrees.
Sadly, Saturday’s weather will be a bit more intense, with Met Éireann forecasting: “Becoming unsettled on Saturday with cloud thickening from the west ahead of an approaching front. Southerly winds will increase strong as outbreaks of rain develop from the west by late morning.
“The rain and strong winds will extend across the region into the afternoon and evening before a clearance in the west overnight.”
Things will pick up on Sunday, as we see a “good deal of dry weather” and temperatures of 15-16 degrees. Some light drizzle will persist in places.
An early look at next week’s weather suggests that things aren’t going to be great, with Monday set to be “breezy and mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times early in the day.”