Wednesday will be the hottest day for weeks to come as temperatures are set to reach a whopping 25C.
Met Éireann said this morning was set to be mostly cloudy and misty but as the sunny spells return in the afternoon and evening, we’re expected to see much drier weather.
With warmer and more humid weather for the remainder of the day, the highest temperatures will reach 20 to 25C.
Tonight is set to be mild with clear spells, and patchy low clouds, mist and fog increasing overnight and temperatures won’t fall lower than 13C.
Thursday is set to be mostly cloudy with limited sunny spells and patches of rain, mist and fog.
The national forecaster said that tomorrow will see outbreaks of rain that will develop in the west and southwest towards evening, with highest temperatures of 19 to 24C.
Friday is also set to see sunshine but also some passing showers, with some heavier at times and possibly turning thundery. Temperatures will be between 16 to 22C.
When it comes to Saturday, Met Éireann have said: “Spells of showery rain continuing through the day Saturday, with heavy falls possible at times, along with spells of sunshine. Breezy with moderate to fresh southwesterly winds. Fresher with highest temperatures of 16 to 20 degrees.
“A similar day to Saturday with further spells of showery rain, again with the possibility of some heavier falls. Highest temperatures of 17 to 21, with moderate to fresh southwesterly winds.”