Summer’s here, the pubs are open and we’re ready to enjoy ourselves.
Met Éireann’s forecast for the coming week certainly could be worse, though it seems like some plans might be spoiled by a bit of rain. For the most part though, we’re getting warmth and sunshine.
The latest ‘cast reads: “Tuesday, will start out mainly cloudy but largely dry and many places will stay dry throughout, particularly in the east of the province.
“There’ll be patchy rain for western counties, turning heavy at times across Kerry and west Cork later, then extending further east through the evening. Highest afternoon temperatures ranging from 16 to 18 degrees. Winds will be mainly moderate southerly.”
Wednesday looks relatively decent as well, with a forecast of “rain and drizzle to turn patchy through the day with sunshine gradually breaking through.
“Cloudier conditions will persist across west and northwest counties, with lingering mist and drizzle at the coast. Warm and humid, with temperatures of 17 to 22 degrees.”
Rain and drizzle is forecast for Thursday with things picking up once again for Friday, where clouds will give way to sunny spells and temperatures of 15-22 degrees.