Ireland will enjoy a last taste of summer weather next week.
Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-20s on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with dry and sunny conditions.
Tuesday will be the warmest day as temperatures could reach 26 degrees.
The fine weather is thanks to a warm front pushing up from Spain.
Monday and Tuesday look good, especially Tuesday with plenty of sunshine and up to 25c or 26c! pic.twitter.com/LF7VXPr3jW
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) September 4, 2021
However, it will be short lived with temperatures dropping back down again by Thursday.
Alan O'Reilly from Carlow Weather says the forecast is "uncertain" for next weekend.
"It does look like it will turn a little bit more unsettled and temperatures will become more around normal by Thursday and Friday.
But it does also look quite uncertain after that because we have hurricane Larry out in the Atlantic which the weather models are struggling to forecast and that could have an influence on our weather for next weekend and early the following week."