According to Met Éireann, the warm weather is set to continue, until midweek at least.
Monday - Another warm day expected on Monday, with some decent sunny spells. Scattered heavy showers will develop in the early afternoon, and continue for the rest of the day, a few of which may be thundery. These showers will mainly affect Ulster, north Leinster, Connacht and Munster. Highest temperatures on the day of between 19 to 25 degrees, coolest in the east and north, warmest in west Munster.
Monday Night will be dry and calm, with most of the evening showers dying out. Misty, with the mist thickening into dense fog in places. It will be a humid, close night with temperatures ranging from 11 to 14 C.
Tuesday - Any early mist and fog will clear in the morning, but a few pockets could persist in coastal areas. In general, there will be warm spells of hazy sunshine. But there will be cloudy periods too, with some heavy and thunder showers developing. These mainly in the western half of the country. Top temperatures on the day of 19 to 22 C., in local moderate sea breezes. Most showers should die out overnight. A misty night, with some fog patches in places. Lowest temperatures 9 to 12 C.
Wednesday - Any early fog will clear in the morning, with some pockets remaining on the coasts. It will be a warm day, mostly dry, with hazy sunshine periods. There will be also some cloudy periods again, with the possibility of thunder developing, mainly over east Munster, East Connacht and west Ulster. It will again be warm, with temps ranging from 19 to 22 degrees. Winds will be light to moderate, variable with local sea breezes.
Thursday & Friday - Early forecasts suggest that we will be set for much cooler and fresher weather from Thursday, with Met Éireann warning of changeable weather.