Cork weather: A 'fair amount of dry weather' forecast for the week ahead

Cork weather: A 'fair amount of dry weather' forecast for the week ahead

Garrylucas, Cork, Ireland, September 09, 2020. Ali Brady plays her dog as the sun goes down at Garrylucas Beach. Picture: David Creedon / Anzenberger

Cork looks set for a week of warm and mostly dry conditions, according to the latest forecast from Met Éireann.

Tomorrow, Monday, will be "warm and humid and staying mostly dry with some bright or sunny spells," the national forecaster has stated.

Temperatures are expected to reach between 18 and 20 degrees.

The national outlook for the duration of the week states that there is expected to be mild conditions, with "a fair amount of dry weather".

Tuesday will be warm, humid and mostly cloudy with scattered showers.

Highest temperatures will be between 18 and 23 degrees.

Wednesday is expected to remain mostly dry and warm, however, temperatures are expected to fall slightly on Thursday.

"Thursday will be a bit cooler than previous days. 

"Munster and Connacht will be cloudier with a good deal of dry weather and some showers, these mainly in the west. "Highest temperatures of 15 to 20 degrees with light easterly breezes, coolest in the east and northeast and warmest in the west," Met Éireann have stated. 

Current indications suggest that Saturday will be mainly dry. 

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