Temperatures will hit 27 degrees this weekend, the heat wave will continue into next week
The SUNNY WEATHER is only expected to continue if temperatures rise over the weekend and into next week.
Met Ãireann expects hot, dry, sunny weather during the hot, humid days and nights as well.
Temperatures today will reach between 21 and 25 degrees for most of the country, with the exception of the west which will have maximum temperatures of 18 to 20 degrees.
Tomorrow morning will start with cloudy skies, however, this will burn throughout the morning resulting in waves of sunshine with the highest temperatures of 21-25 degrees. The south-east should make the most of it.
However, clouds may remain in other parts of the country, with Met Ãireann forecasting a few patches of drizzle and mist in the northwest and along the southern coasts.
Maximum temperatures will reach between 23 and 27 degrees on Saturday and Sunday. Long stretches of sun with light breezes can be expected during the day and clear, dry skies at night, although a few patches of haze and fog do form.
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Temperatures on Monday will remain high at 23 to 27 degrees, with light winds.
Met Ãireann says there is “some uncertainty in the forecast from Tuesday,” but he expects most of the country to experience another day of highs between 22 and 27 degrees, with periods hot, dry and sunny. However, northern regions can expect more cloudy conditions with light and patchy rains.
The high pressure that brings the warm weather is expected to persist through next week, although there is a risk of occasional showers, Met Ãireann said.