Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts as Met Éireann states a 'noticeable change' is on the way

Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts as Met Éireann states a 'noticeable change' is on the way
Currabinny, June 1, 2020. Sailboat Clotilde heads out of the harbour passing a timber home that was originally built for the Cork International Exhibition in 1902 and finally reassembled in Curabinny. Picture: David Creedon / Anzenberger

Whilst tomorrow will remain mostly dry and warm with maximum temperatures of 22 to 27 degrees, Met Éireann states that "cloud amounts will increase in the evening".

Showery rain is expected to spread southeastwards over the country on Tuesday night.

Although most accumulations are expected to be small, Met Éireann has stated that there could be "a slight chance of some heavier bursts" in parts. 

Temperatures are expected to dip to 8 to 11 degrees and the public have been warned of a "noticeable change to cooler and more changeable conditions from midweek".

Wednesday will be breezier and cooler, with temperatures ranging from about 12 to 17 degrees.

Occasional rain or showers has also been forecast.

A mix of sunshine and showers is likely for the second half of the week.

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