Met Eireann has predicted a scorching week ahead, with summer weather making a comeback in Ireland. The country can expect glorious sunny spells, although some drizzle and humidity are also expected. Today, temperatures will reach a sizzling 25 degrees in certain areas. Dubliners will wake up to a mostly cloudy and misty morning, but can look forward to limited sunny spells in the afternoon and evening. The day will be mostly dry, with only isolated showers. Temperatures will range between 19 and 23 degrees, creating a warm and humid atmosphere.
Tonight, the weather will remain mild with clear spells initially. However, patchy low cloud, mist, and fog will increase overnight, and temperatures will be around 14 to 16 degrees. Tomorrow will start off mostly cloudy with some sunny spells. Patchy drizzle, mist, and fog are also expected, and it will become breezy. Outbreaks of rain are likely to develop towards nightfall, and temperatures will range between 19 and 24 degrees.
The national outlook does not provide a specific forecast for Dublin, but here is what is expected for the rest of the country. On Thursday night, rain will clear from northern and eastern parts, followed by clear spells and scattered showers from the southwest. Temperatures will remain very mild, not falling below 13 to 15 degrees, with moderate to fresh southwesterly winds. Friday will be blustery, with sunshine and widespread passing showers, some of which may be heavy and thundery in Atlantic counties. Southwest breezes will be moderate to fresh and gusty. The highest temperatures will range between 18 and 22 degrees, with the east and northeast experiencing the highest temperatures. Friday night will see spells of showery rain developing along Atlantic coasts and pushing inland through the night. The weather will remain breezy, with moderate to fresh southwest winds, and temperatures will not fall below 13 to 15 degrees.
Saturday will continue with spells of showery rain throughout the day, with the possibility of heavy falls at times. However, there will also be spells of sunshine. The day will be breezy, with moderate to fresh southwesterly winds. The highest temperatures will range between 16 and 20 degrees, creating a fresher atmosphere. Sunday will be similar to Saturday, with further spells of showery rain and the potential for heavier falls. Temperatures will range between 17 and 21 degrees, with moderate to fresh southwesterly winds.
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