High temps to drop today, and the weather forecast doesn't sound great at all
Excuse us, sorry... where's the sun?
Leaving the house today, I full-on expected the sun to still be shining since, I don't know.... we're in a heatwave that was supposed to last up to a month.
But step one foot out the door and you will realise that the temperatures have taken a drop. It's nothing too major, but you will definitely notice it's a bit more chilly (especially if you haven't brought a jacket).
Met Éireann has said that there might even be some hazy showers, and we're really hoping this isn't the end to our beloved sunshine.
Mainly dry today, with a little hazy sunshine, chiefly in the S & SE at first. Otherwise mostly cloudy, with a few spots of mist/drizzle, mainly in W coastal areas this morn. Highs of 16 to 21 in the SW, W & N, but warmer elsewhere, with highs of 22 to 26, warmest in the S & SE. pic.twitter.com/c2sOLid7QY
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 5, 2018
According to Met.ie: "Dry in most areas today, with a little hazy sunshine, mainly in the south and southeast this morning.
"Otherwise mostly cloudy, with a little patchy mist or drizzle, mainly in western coastal areas this morning. Maximum temperatures will range from 16 to 21 Celsius in the southwest, west and north, but it will be quite warm elsewhere, with values of 22 to 26 Celsius, warmest in the south and southeast.
"Winds mostly light to moderate, northwesterly in direction."
Meh, not great, but not disastrous either.