Weather updates from the Met Éireann
A dominant ridge over our northwest will move very little over the next week, continuing to keep it warm, largely, dry and often sunny with high teen temperatures or short. That is the latest weather forecast from the Met Éireann.
Today will be a dry and generally sunny day, although sometimes the sun will turn overcast. The weather is warm again, especially in the West, the highest temperature is common from 17 to 22 degrees. However, the east coast will be a few degrees cooler with mild to moderate easterly winds.
Tonight it is dry, clear and cloudy, alternating with the lowest temperature from 6 to 11 degrees, with a slight wind change.
Tomorrow will be warm, dry and sunny. Temperatures peak between 19 and 23 degrees although mild to moderate easterly winds should keep things a bit cooler on the north and east coasts with peaks between 15 and 18 degrees.
Dry and mostly clear through Tuesday with lows of 7 to 11 degrees, some fog and fog in the northern ulster with slight northeasterly or variable winds.
Wednesday is promised to be warm, dry and sunny. The highest temperature is between 18 and 24 degrees. Mostly moderate northeasterly winds will keep things a bit cooler in the east with peaks of 15 to 17 degrees.
Dry and mostly clear overnight on Wednesday with lows of 8 to 12 degrees with mild northeasterly winds.
Thursday it was sunny again with the highest temperature between 18 and 24 degrees. Again, although mild to moderate easterly winds will keep temperatures a bit cooler on the east coast.
Dry and clear overnight on Thursday with lows of 9 to 13 degrees with mostly light easterly winds.
Friday will be dry and warm again in many places, although there will be a bit more clouds over the northern half of the country. The highest temperatures in the western half of the country will range from 21 to 24 degrees, while moderate easterly winds will keep the highest temperatures in the eastern half of the country lower, ranging from 14 on the east coast. east to 19 in the midlands.
Current indications suggest that high pressure will continue throughout the bank holiday weekend, remaining dry and sunny overall with temperatures reaching highs or lows in the 20s away from the east coast and can reach mid-20s in some western areas.