STAYING WARM FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK WITH THUNDERY SHOWERS TURNING COOLER NEXT WEEK
The rest of this week and weekend will remain warm with the risk of thundery showers over the afternoon hours.
Tuesday will see a lot of cloud around Ireland with only the odd hazy sunny spell in places. Over the afternoon a few isolated Thunderstorms will break out over western Ulster, Connacht & and west Munster with lightning strikes and the risk of spot flooding.
On Wednesday there will be a lot more sunshine around Ireland and it will also be very warm with temperatures between 20C to 25C in some parts sunshine will be hazy. later in the afternoon there will again be the risk of isolated thunderstorms forming over parts of Connacht, West Munster and possibly the northwest of Ireland. Elsewhere it will remain dry. UV levels on Wednesday will be High.
Thursday and Friday will be both warm days across Ireland with good sunny spells hazy in parts. Over the afternoon hours there will again be the on going risk of thundery showers breaking out. Temperature will be between 19C to 25C over both days.
Saturday is looking like it will be cloudy mostly everywhere with only the odd sunny spell coming through. On Saturday afternoon there is the risk of heavy showers developing and forming into thunderstorms over parts of Munster and Leinster as they spread in from the southeast. Further showers are also possible over parts of Ulster over the day. Temperatures over the day will range between 19C to 24C.
Sunday will see a little more sunshine in the forecast but again over the afternoon there will be the risk of showers in parts heaviest over Munster. Temperatures over the day will range between 19C to 22C.
The outlook for next week is for cooler conditions across Ireland but when I say cooler I mean cooler than what its been for nearly two week now. Temperatures will drop back to the high teens possibly still reaching 20C on some days and still feeling warm.
Over the coming days details will become that bit clearer on they out come for next week.
Kenneth from the Donegal Weather Channel