Met Eireann has forecasted that temperatures will rise up to 18 degrees over the next few days, but with continued outbreaks of rain throughout the country. Today, the day will start with mostly cloudy skies, patchy light rain or drizzle, and lingering mist patches. While sunny spells will gradually break through, scattered showers are expected to occur too. It will feel much milder than recent days, with highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees and moderate southerly breezes.
Dublin will be mostly cloudy tomorrow, with scattered showers moving up from the south. However, mild sunny spells are expected to develop later in the day. The highest temperatures will range between 13 to 16 degrees. Here is Met Eireann’s national outlook for the coming days:
Tuesday: Possible mist and fog in parts to begin. Dry with sunnier skies setting in with mostly moderate easterly breezes – just a few light showers further west. Temperatures will range between a mild 15 to 18 degrees across Atlantic counties and the midlands, somewhat cooler elsewhere though with onshore winds.
Wednesday: A cooler day nationwide with increasing cloud feeding in a scattering of showers, possibly heavy along the east coast – coolest here too. The highest temperatures will range between 11 to 14 degrees, again with mostly moderate easterly breezes.
Thursday and Friday: Mainly dry with sunny spells and moderate to fresh east to southeast winds. The highest temperatures will range between 12 to 17 degrees, mildest in the west.
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