Irish Weather Forecast: Highs...


Irish Weather Forecast: Highs Of 22 Degrees This Week


12:21 16 Sep 2019

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It may be looking very grey and drizzly at the moment but the weather is set to improve this week.

According to Met Eireann, sunny spells will break through this afternoon in Dublin with highs of 15 or 16 degrees.

Tonight will be dry and chilly with lows of 4-7 degrees and some mist and fog in parts.

Tomorrow, Tuesday will be dry and calm with good spells and sunshine. Highest temperatures will range between 16 to 18 degrees.

National Forecast

Met Eireann is predicting dry and settled conditions with highs of 22 degrees in parts over the coming days.

"High pressure will be centred near or over Ireland up until and including Saturday, bringing mostly dry, calm and settled conditions", the forecaster says.

Long spells of autumn sunshine are forecast this week with light breezes. It'll be cloudy in the north and northwest of the country at times with patchy drizzle along northern coasts on Wednesday.

It will get warmer as the week progresses.

"Temperatures will continue to improve day by day, ranging 17 to 20 degrees on Wednesday and 18 to 22 degrees on the days thereafter, possibly higher in some parts", a Met Eireann spokesperson says.

However, it will be chilly enough at night especially on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures may drop to the low single figures locally. There will also be some shallow mist and fog patches.

The weather is expected to turn more unsettled this weekend and into next week.

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