There's some good weather on the way this week. Met Eireann says it'll be mainly dry and sunny over the coming days, with highs of 20 degrees expected in parts.
The forecaster states: "Mainly dry and settled for the rest of the week and probably also for the early days of next week, with sunny intervals. However, there is a risk of some heavy, thundery showers developing, especially in the west and south. Relatively warm, with above normal temperatures."
Today, Monday, will be cloudy and mostly dry with highs of 11 to 14 degrees. It'll be a bit warmer in the east and southeast with temperatures ranging between 15 to 18 degrees.
Tuesday will be dry with sunny spells with highs of 13-19 degrees. The southeast will be warmest. While, tomorrow night will be dry and clear.
Here's a day by day breakdown of the national outlook:
Wednesday: Temperatures could reach the low 20s in many areas on Wednesday. It'll be a dry day with sunshine. Coastal areas will be cooler.
Thursday and Friday: Mostly dry and sunny. However, there could be some heavy thundery showers - especially in the south and west. Maximum temperatures in the low 20s. Cooler along the coasts with sea breezes.
The forecast for next weekend is also looking promising. Met Eireann says early indications suggest Saturday and Sunday will be warm and mostly dry. There'll be some sunshine and a slight chance of showers with daytime temperatures reaching the low 20s. It could event reach the mid 20s in a few spots.