A mostly dry week in store with sunny intervals – Met Eireann

There is a lot of dry weather in store this week, turning milder as the week goes on, according to Met Eireann.

Field conditions are expected to improve, there will be good drying and plenty of opportunities are expected for spraying.

Today, Monday, will be a mostly dry day with sunny intervals with highest temperatures reaching 13 degrees.

It is forecast to be cold and mainly dry tonight with little or no wind, while some frost and fog are likely.

According to Met Eireann, tomorrow, Tuesday, will be a cool, mainly dry and bright day with light winds turning southerly and becoming increasingly cloudy later in the day.

Some patchy rain or drizzle will affect mostly the western and northern counties on Tuesday night and possibly in a few other areas later.

Frost looks unlikely due to cloud cover and an overall milder air-mass becoming established, Met Eireann has said.

Current indications suggest that Wednesday will be a rather cloudy day with some patchy drizzle or light rain in parts of the west and north.

Drier and brighter weather is forecast elsewhere, with some sunny spells likely in parts of the south and southeast.

Afternoon highs are to reach between 13 to 15 degrees in a light or moderate southwest breeze. Some patchy rain is forecast overnight but otherwise it will be dry in many places and frost not expected.

Thursday and Friday are expected to be cloudy in many areas with moderate southwest breezes bringing some light rain at time to parts of the west and north.

It is forecast to be mostly dry and brighter elsewhere, with some sunny breaks, the best in parts of the south and southeast.

Night frosts are not expected and afternoon temperatures are forecast to vary between 13 to 15 degrees.

The latest weather charts from Met Eireann suggest that it will possibly be cooler over the weekend, with still a lot of dry weather, however some rain is expected, especially in parts of the west and north.