Sunny weather set to return tomorrow with highs of 23 degrees 1 month ago

Sunny weather set to return tomorrow with highs of 23 degrees

Fear not, sunnier days are coming.

After a dreary few days, it looks like we could be in for some summery spells, with Met Éireann anticipating highs of 23 degrees in certain parts of the country for tomorrow.


According to the national forecaster, tomorrow Thursday 7 July will get off to a cloudy start, with some spells of sunshine developing throughout the day, especially in the south and the east of Ireland, though we may also expect some "light scattered showers".

In the west and north of the country, highest temperatures will be around 17 degrees, but it will be warmer for those of us in the south and southeast, where temperatures will range between 22 and 23 degrees.

Moving on to Friday, the mercury will stay at that high mark, with temperatures ranging between 17 and 23 degrees. It will be warmest in the southeast and coolest in the northwest.


Met Éireann's national outlook forecasts a "good deal of dry weather but cloudy with some rain at times", particularly in the north-west. This weekend, generally, will be "warm and dry", with a "mix of cloud and sunshine".

Temperatures should rise further on Saturday to 19 and 23 degrees. The south of the country will see the warmest weather, but it will be cooler in the far west and northwest of Ireland.

The mercury will continue to rise on Sunday, which is set to be a "mainly dry and warm day", with some isolated showers and some sunny spells. Highest temperatures will between 20 and 24 degrees, with Leinster and Munster seeing the warmest weather.


According to the forecaster's further outlook, next week is set to be dry, with temperatures resting around the 20 degree mark, though they may rise to the mid 20s. However, it is expected to rain on Tuesday.

For the full weather forecast, head to Met Éireann's website right here.