Ireland is set to get a taste of summer this weekend as temperatures in the mid-teens are set to descend upon the country.
The Irish Mirror reports that despite a cold snap on Saturday evening, Ireland will be basking in warmer temperatures on Sunday and Monday, though possibly coupled with scattered rain showers.
Met Eireann said: "Cold overnight on Saturday, with clear spells and with some frost in rural areas. Lowest temperatures zero to plus 3 C (37F) in light variable or easterly breezes.”
"Mainly dry and bright on Sunday, with partly cloudy skies and with sunny spells in most places. Top temperatures of 11C (51F) or 12C (53F), in eastern coastal counties, but 13C (55F) to 15C (59F), elsewhere, in a moderate easterly breeze.”
"Cool overnight with occasional clear spells. Some rain or showers developing in eastern coastal counties. Lowest temperatures 3C (37F) to 6C (43F)."
From Monday onwards, the weather in Ireland is expected to remain moderate.
"Some dry bright spells, but scattered bursts of showery rain about also. Top temperatures 10C (50F)to 12C (53F), in eastern coastal counties, but 13C (55F) to 15C (59F), elsewhere. Winds moderate locally fresh easterly.”
"Some dry, clear spells overnight, but cloudy periods too, with some rain about in places. Lowest temperatures 3C (37F) to 6C (43F).”
"Mainly dry on Tuesday. Some bright or sunny spells, but a few light showers scattered about also. Top temperatures 11C (51F) or 12C (53F) in eastern coastal counties, but 13C (55F) to 15C (59F) elsewhere. Winds moderate easterly.”
"Cool, but mainly dry overnight, with lows of 4C (49F) to 7C (45F)."