Sunny conditions to finally return after country belted by storms
It's looks like some good weather is on the way.
If you're sick of grey skies, rain and chilly temperatures, you're not the only one.
The good news is Met Éireann has forecast a major change in the in the coming weeks and it looks like we might finally start to get that summer feeling.
Monday will be mostly cloudy at first with rain and drizzle. During the afternoon, sunny spells and mostly dry conditions (apart from isolate showers) will extend from the west. Tonight will be cold again, but dry and clear.
➡️ Monday's Weather Forecast ⬅️
Dry for most this morning with isolated showers & sunny spells 🌦️
Rain will push across much of Leinster & east Munster, clearing during the afternoon 🌧️
Sunshine & showers in the west 🌦️
Highs: 7-10°C 🌡️📈
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— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 28, 2022
Tuesday is set to be cold and frosty to start, but this will quickly clear up to make way for a dry, bright day with long spells of sunshine. Highest temperatures will reach seven to nine degrees.
Things will get a little more gloomy for the rest of the week with Wednesday being generally cloudy with scattered patches of light rain and drizzle spreading from the south. There'll also be more persistent rain in coastal counties.
Thankfully, the sunshine is expected to come back with a bang for the weekend.
Friday will be a bright day with sunny spells and a few scattered light showers. Highest temperatures will reach between six to nine degrees, with a light breeze.
Then on Saturday, forecasters say: "High pressure will build across the country, bringing plenty of dry and bright weather with long sunny spells."