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Irish weather forecast: Met Eireann forecasts mini heatwave this week with a scorching 21C

Irish Mirror logoIrish Mirror 13/05/2019 Aakanksha Surve

Warm weather (stock image) © Getty Warm weather (stock image) The warm spell is set continue as temperatures will hit a scorching 21C this week.

So slap that sunscreen on as Met Eireann has forecasted a sunny week ahead.

Monday will see temperatures of 15C to 20C with the Connacht being the warmest part of the country.

Dry weather will continue into Monday night with lowest temperatures of 5C to 8C.

Tuesday will be the warmest day of the week with temperatures hitting 21C.

a group of people sitting on a bench in a park: Mild weather © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Mild weather A Met Eireann forecaster said: “Tuesday will continue dry and mostly sunny. Highest temperatures of 16C to 21C with moderate south to southeast breezes.

“It will be the coolest on east and south coasts and warmest in the midlands and Connacht.

“Tuesday night will be dry with clear spells. Lowest temperatures of 7C or 8C.”

Wednesday will be dry and it will turn a bit cloudier in the west later in the day.

a group of people on a rock next to a body of water: Enjoying the good weather at the 40 foot in Sandycove, Dublin in August, 2015 © Collins Enjoying the good weather at the 40 foot in Sandycove, Dublin in August, 2015 “Highest temperatures of 15C to 20C with moderate southeast breezes.

“Thursday will continue largely dry with sunny spells. There will be a bit more cloud than previous days with a possibility of one or two isolated showers later in the day.

“Highest temperatures of 15C to 20C with light easterly breezes.

“Friday will start off dry. However, showers will develop in the east and south and will spread westwards across the country through the afternoon.

“It will be noticeably cooler with light to moderate easterly breezes and highest temperatures ranging from 12C in the east to 17C in the west.”


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