Ireland is set to bask in Mediterranean like weather this week with temperatures forecast to reach 25 degrees.
The Irish Examiner reports, warm, dry and sunny conditions are forecast nationally until Friday.
Temperatures are set to reach highs of 22 degrees on Monday, with warm sunshine and dry weather predicted for most of the country.
It will be much of the same on Tuesday with highest temperatures of up to 23 degrees.
More warm, dry, sunny weather is forecast for Wednesday, although a few light showers may break out during the day in the southwest.
Temperatures, though could reach as high as 24 degrees.
On Thursday Met Éireann again predicts dry, warm, sunny weather with highs of to 25 degrees.
Unfortunately on Friday, while it will start warm and sunny with highest temperatures of up to 25 degrees, cloud may increase from the southwest during the afternoon with rain extending across the country during the evening and overnight.
Mostly dry on Monday with spells of warm sunshine, with just the chance of an isolated morning shower in the west and north.🌤️🌦️
Highest temperatures of 17 to 22 degrees generally, but a little cooler near north and northwest coasts, in a light to moderate northerly breeze.🌡️🍃 pic.twitter.com/Em3867C1xW
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 27, 2021