Country set for continued warm weather over Bank Holiday weekend

The warm weather is to continue today in many areas with hazy sunshine expected after clearance of fog this morning, according to Met Éireann.

Thicker cloud is expected, however, over the western half of the country and will produce patchy light rain or drizzle with top temperatures of 16 to 21 degrees expected.

It will remain generally dry tonight with clear spells and a chance of fog spreading further inland overnight.

Lowest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees are expected.

Bank Holiday Monday is expected to be dry in most areas with spells of sunshine.

It may stay rather dull along the south and southeast coasts with fog patches and some isolated showers developing in the afternoon and evening.

Highest temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees but it will be cooler along the south and southeast coasts with temperatures reaching 14 to 17 degrees.

More on this topic

Ulster weather: Cloudy with heavy showers

Connacht weather: Early morning showers expected

Munster weather: Isolated showers with sunny spells

Leinster weather: Overcast with cloudy skies and showers

More in this Section

Bus Éireann passenger numbers at 10 year high, carrying more than 83 million in 2018

McDonald claims Government are out of touch on housing and homelessness

Government 'sleepwalking' toward unsafe cannabis legislation, warn doctors

Couple in Holles Street termination case call for inquest


Chelsea Flower Show feeling Brexit sting

Scientists say you really, really shouldn’t use homemade sunscreen from a recipe on Pinterest

Spoilers: Game of Thrones finale problematic in both plot and execution

The Earth's magnetic north pole is shifting rapidly – so what will happen to the northern lights?

More From The Irish Examiner