A large anticyclone located to the southwest of Ireland will ensure westerly winds remain in control for the majority of the coming week, bringing with them a mixture of some dry, sunny and pleasant days, but also some more overcast conditions with outbreaks of light rain at times too. Temperatures overall will be a obi even average on Monday and Tuesday, average to slightly below average from Wednesday until Friday, before above average temperatures again next weekend.
Today Monday will begin very wet in some parts as heavy overnight rain clears away to the east. This in turn will be followed by mainly dry conditions but rather overcast with just a few breaks in the cloud during the afternoon and evening, most likely across the east. There may be some outbreaks of mist or drizzle at times on the west coast. Highs of up to 21 degrees Celsius in moderate westerly winds.
A similar day is expected tomorrow, Tuesday, with overcast conditions likely for many though staying dry overall. The highest chance of mist and drizzle is always likely along the west coast. Some brighter spells may develop for a time in the southeast of the country. Highs of up to 22 degrees Celsius, especially in some of the sunnier breaks. Moderate westerly winds.
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A change in our weather occurs on Tuesday night as a cold front introduces clearing fresher air from the northwest for Wednesday and Thursday. Both days are likely to be dry, sunny and rather pleasant for early Autumn. Some very light scattered showers may affect the northwest but overall it’s a dry picture. Temperatures will drop back to average or just below average with highs of 14-16 degrees Celsius likely. Moderate northwesterly winds.
On Friday a weak weather front lies across the country bringing with it a fuller day overall with some outbreaks of rain likely with the odd heavier burst not ruled out. Friday will be a milder day overall as winds begin to switch into a more southwesterly directly first and eventually more southerly as we progress towards Saturday. Highs of up to 18 degrees Celsius.
Next weekend looks like being very pleasant for early Autumn with high pressure to our southeast steering up some much warmer air from the continent and also ensuring we see dry and sunny conditions. Highs next weekend could reach up to 22 to 23 degrees Celsius in some areas, with mainly light and variable South to southeasterly winds. Perfect conditions for a weekend away.
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