Met Eireann predict highs of 25 degrees today... but it'll still be humid AF
Just give us a bit of sun, please.
Let's be honest.
The weather over the weekend was horrible.
It was humid, it was hot, it was wet, it was without even a glimmer of sun and it was still boiling and therefore awful.
Not a good shout in the slightest. July, you are letting us down. Big time.
There is, potentially, some decent news this morning though as Met Eireann are predicting highs of 25 degrees in some parts of the country today.
And yeah, alright, it will still be humid but there'll also be rare and unprecedented glimmers of sun.
Dry in most areas today with sunny spells developing, the best in the east of the country. Cloudier in some Atlantic coastal counties and along parts of the south coast with a little patchy drizzle and mist. Warm and humid with highs of 20 to 25 Celsius. pic.twitter.com/vGpR43ib1D
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 22, 2019
According to them, it will be warm and humid with highs of 20 to 25 in most parts of the country, with it being slightly cooler in the coastal areas of the west and south.
There's a chance of drizzle and mist along the south coast, with the east getting most of the sun.
Wind wise, it'll be breezy with moderate gusty southwesterly winds that will be stronger near coastal areas.
As day turns to night, it'll be mostly dry apart from a little patchy mist and drizzle along western and southern coasts and around high ground.
It'll also be another incredible humid night, with temperatures only dropping to between 14 and 17 degrees.
This comes after Met Eireann issued a weather warning for nine counties yesterday.
Status yellow rainfall warnings were issued for Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Roscommon, Leitrim, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal and Longford last night, with risks of flooding and reduced visibility present.