Temperatures are expected to rise in the coming days as high pressure brings sunshine to Electric Picnic this weekend, reports The Mirror.
Wednesday night was forecast to be the worst of the week, with scattered showers on Thursday and Friday, before clearing mostly on Saturday morning, giving way to rising temperatures as warm air moves into Ireland.
While the temperature won’t be record-breaking this weekend, temperatures are expected to hover between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius, so people can look forward to the last few days of “summer”.
In its long-term forecast for September, Met Eireann suggested that high pressure would remain over Ireland during the first week of the month, bringing with it more settled conditions, reports The Mirror.
Mostly dry, with a chance of light rain. Low cloud with mist or fog at first, fine sunshine later in the day. Maximum temperature is 19°C to 21°C. Light east wind. Dry weather at night, minimum temperature 9°C to 12°C.
It currently looks dry and mostly sunny. Maximum temperature 19°C to 22°C, cooler due to light to moderate easterly winds on the east coast.
It will likely dry out and stabilize early next week under the influence of high pressure. Temperatures in most areas are in the high 20s, reports The Mirror.
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