Friday 22 June 2018

Keep the brolly close as 'bland and unspectacular' weather forecast for next week

Thunderstorms have hit part of the country
Thunderstorms have hit part of the country
Met Éireann predict improved conditions this week. Photo: Getty
Catherine Devine

Catherine Devine

"Bland and unspectacular” weather is forecast for most parts of the country for the next week, according to Met Éireann.

Most parts of the country with see rain and clouds.

“The rain’s not going away this week. While there are some higher temperatures predicted most of the country will see temperatures in the mid teens,” said a Met Éireann forecaster.

Don’t forget to bring your umbrella today as there will be heavy rain showers throughout the day. Expect some humidity too as Met Eireann predict temperatures will range from 17 to 22 degrees with the higher temperatures in the south of the country.

The rain will continue into Monday, especially in the north with some sunny spells. Temperatures are set for 17 to 21 degrees and despite some rain showers Met Eireann said winds will be “good for drying” clothes.

Tuesday and Wednesday will continue with the mixed changeable weather with rain and temperatures reaching 21 degrees in some places.

The end of the week will be milder with temperatures dropping to the mid to high teens on Thursday and Friday.

“There is no serious danger this week in the weather. It’s very bland with rain and scattered showers in most parts of the country,” said Met Éireann.

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