According to National Forecasters, Met Éireann, next week will again be warm for the early part of the week, before it turns slightly cooler and becomes changeable from midweek.
Monday - Early indications suggest Monday will be mainly dry, with some good sunny spells. Scattered showers are expected to develop in the afternoon, with winds light to moderate and northerly in direction. It will be quite warm, especially in the southern half of the country with temperatures in the afternoon hitting the low 20’s, though between 16 and 19 degrees further north.
Tuesday - Tuesday is expected to be much the same weather-wise, with some good sunny periods and scattered showers in the afternoon. It will be slightly cooler on Tuesday, with temperatures from 16 to 19 degrees Celsius.
Wednesday - It is forecast to be warm in eastern counties on Wednesday, though a fresh south to southwest breeze will bring rain in from the Atlantic by the afternoon and evening. Afternoon temperatures will range from 16 degrees in the west, to as high as 22 degrees in the east of the country. Some heavy rain is expected in parts overnight on Wednesday, though should clear by morning.
Thursday - This is when the weather gets slightly cooler and it will be a much fresher day on Thursday. There will be some sunny spells, but also some scattered showers, particularly in the north of the country. Breezes will be moderate and westerly in direction. Temperatures meanwhile will hit the mid to high teens at its warmest.
Friday - Early indications suggest the rest of the week will be changeable, with south to southwest breezes, which will be fresh for periods. Some rain is expected also, as is some dry and bright weather, with pleasant spells of sunshine. Temperatures will range from the mid to high teens, though could reach the low twenties in the east of the country.