It may be cloudy here in Dublin, but the West are getting some well deserved sunshine this morning - makes a nice change from the usual haze of drizzle - ENJOY! Even Met Eireann are being optimistic regarding sunshine spreading to the rest of the country this afternoon.
Sunburn Index today Monday: High in all parts of the country
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 16, 2014
According to reports, Wednesday is set to be blistering (by our standards) with temperatures expected to reach the mid-twenties... get your fill 'cause things are set to get a wee bit cooler from Thursday onwards. Boooo.
Speaking via Breakingnews.ie, forecaster David Rodgers said: "Later in the week, the temperatures will have peaks by the middle of the week, but will come down then a little bit during Thursday and Friday. They'll still be generally normal or a little above normal, but there will be a northerly breeze coming in to affect northern and north-western areas, and that'll make coastal regions there quite a bit cooler at that stage, and that situation will persist then through the weekend."