AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND IS LOOKING VERY WARM AND DRY ACROSS IRELAND
There are strong outputs from different weather models that a area of high pressure from Scandinavia will build and spread across Ireland and the UK over the end of next week and the the August bank holiday weekend with temperatures again rising into the high twenties for many with a lot of very dry weather around again.
Some models even hint that temperatures could rise close to 30C over Ireland again and this mid 30s over England & Wales.
If this does end up been the case then there will be plenty of sunshine around again with very warm and hot air returning.
It will turn cooler and alot fresher over the weekend with areas of low pressure bring weather fronts in from the Atlantic with heavy rainfall to some areas.
On Friday Midday a band of rain will sweep in from the west moving eastwards over the day with heavy falls over some parts heaviest over Connacht & West Munster over the afternoon where a few thunderstorms could also be possible.
On Saturday night and Sunday morning another weather front with heavy rain will push in from the Atlantic and will clear everywhere around midday Sunday.
Another spell spell of rain looks likely on Tuesday moving west to east across Ireland and clearing all areas by Tuesday night.
From next Wednesday the current forecast trend going by some of the model is for drier weather for the rest of the week, weekend and into the start of the new week of August with nice sunshine in the forecast and temperatures rising back into the high twenties.