According to Met Éireann, this week is going to see a mixture of dry, sunny spells and some showery periods. Could this mean the drought is finally over? Keep reading to find out!
Monday - It is expected to be bright and fresh to begin with on Monday, with a mixture of cloudy and sunny spells. It will be predominantly dry apart from some scattered showers, with a risk of some becoming heavy. Highest temperatures on the day of 17 to 20 degrees Celsius.
There is expected to be isolated showers along the western coast overnight, though it will be mainly dry with some good, clear spells. Overnight temperatures will range from 11 to 13 degrees, with some fog patches forming.
Tuesday - Another dry and bright start expected on Tuesday, with some good sunny spells. Showers will become widespread from the west as the day progresses. Maximum daytime temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees.
Wednesday - Another generally dry day apart from the occasional shower in the afternoon and evening time. There will be some good sunny spells during the day, with some cloudier periods also. Maximum temperatures during the day should range from 18 to 23 degrees, with light breezes.
Thursday - It will again be dry for the most part on Thursday, though northern counties should get some rain by the late afternoon and evening. Temperatures should vary from 18 to 20 degrees in Connacht and Ulster, though warmer elsewhere and from 20 to 24 degrees.
Friday - Early indications suggest it will be generally dry, with some mixed sunny periods and showers. Daytime highs of 19 to 14 degrees Celsius.