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The week is off to a delightful start as Tuesday brings dry weather accompanied by good spells of hazy sunshine. With temperatures ranging between 15 to 18 degrees Celsius and light northwesterly breezes, it’s a comfortable day for outdoor activities. The Pollen Forecast remains low on both Tuesday and Wednesday, offering relief to allergy sufferers. However, it is essential to protect against the sun’s rays, as the Solar UV Index is expected to be high on these two days.
As we move into Wednesday, the dry and sunny conditions persist, with temperatures reaching a slightly warmer range of 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. The light northwesterly breezes continue to bring a gentle touch to the weather.
Looking ahead to the rest of the week, the national outlook promises a continuation of the settled weather pattern. Expect good sunny spells and temperatures above the seasonal average. Wednesday night remains mostly dry with clear spells, and while there is a slight chance of light rain or drizzle in the northwest, it will be fleeting. Lowest temperatures across the country will range from 6 to 10 degrees Celsius. Light north to northwest breezes will provide a gentle and refreshing ambiance.
Thursday maintains the dry and sunny trend, with a slight possibility of showers making their way into western areas from time to time. Highest temperatures will range between 16 to 21 degrees Celsius, with Munster experiencing the warmest conditions. Light northerly breezes will contribute to the pleasant weather.
Thursday night brings another dry and generally clear period, with temperatures dropping to 5 to 9 degrees Celsius. Light north to northeast breezes will gently usher in the night.
The delightful weather continues into Friday, offering another day of dry and sunny conditions. With maximum temperatures ranging from 16 to 21 degrees Celsius and light and variable breezes, it’s an excellent opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities or simply bask in the sun’s warmth. Towards the early morning hours of Saturday, there is a chance of mist and fog patches developing, adding a touch of mystique to the atmosphere. Minimum temperatures will range from 6 to 10 degrees Celsius, accompanied by very light and variable breezes.
As we progress into the weekend, Saturday is expected to be predominantly dry and sunny. While there is a slight chance of showers reaching Connacht and Ulster, they should not dampen the overall pleasant conditions. High temperatures will range from around 18 to 22 degrees Celsius, with light northwesterly or variable breezes prevailing.
Sunday maintains the mostly dry and sunny pattern, with only a slight chance of showers encroaching on Atlantic coastal regions. Expect highest temperatures between 17 to 22 degrees Celsius, accompanied by light north to northwest breezes.
Looking further ahead to the beginning of next week, early indications suggest that the dominating high-pressure system will continue its influence, maintaining the dry and settled conditions.
Enjoy the sunny and warm weather throughout the week, and don’t forget to stay hydrated, wear sunscreen!