It’ll be a cold start to Monday morning in many places, however Met Eireann have revealed we’ll see highs of 14C this week after the country was battered by Storm Erik on Friday.
The national forecaster said we’ll see some sunny spells this week and mild conditions but showers in places also.
Any lingering frost will clear quickly this morning to leave a “dry and bright” day with a mix of sunshine and cloudy conditions.
It will feel fresh during the day and afternoon with highs of around 7C to 10C, but then it will get milder by evening.
Tomorrow, we’ll see the mercury hit as high as 13C as Met Eireann forecasters say it’ll be a “very mild” and dry day.
It will be cloudy with some patchy drizzle or light rain; cloud thinning at times allowing some sunshine to come through.
A forecaster said: “Very mild with highs of 11C to 13C in moderate southwesterly breezes.”
Looking ahead to Wednesday, they said: “Largely dry with some bright or sunny spells but staying dull and cloudy with patchy drizzle or drizzle near and along southern and western coastal areas in the south and west.
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“A mild breezy day with top temperatures of 10C to 13C in a fresh southerly winds. Mostly dry overnight and frost free with lowest temperatures of 6C to 8C.
Thursday looks set to be the warmest day of the week, with highs of 11C to 14C forecast. It will remain dry and mild.
Unfortunately, we will see some rain on Friday after a largely dry week. Showers will extend from the west and push eastwards as the day goes on.
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