Ireland set to be warmer than Spain as Met Eireann forecasts glorious weather is set to continue
Ireland is enjoying a very god spell of weather and according to Met Eireann, it's going to last for a few days yet!
Temperatures in Ireland could reach 17 degrees over the next few days as Met Éireann have forecasted a day of sunshine on Wednesday and Thursday.
High pressure will stay firmly in charge this week with plenty of dry & sunny days ahead ️☀️— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 21, 2022
Our temperatures should reach the mid to high teens across the country
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Ireland could be warmer than some areas in the south of Spain, including Malaga, which is expecting highs of 16 degrees along with rain.
Met Éireann have said: "Wednesday will be mainly dry with sunny spells. Highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees and mostly light southeasterly breezes.
"Thursday and Friday will be dry with good spells of sunshine and light winds. Highest temperatures ranging from 13 degrees at the east and south coasts to 17 degrees inland."
As for the weekend, the latest Met Eireann weather forecast for Ireland says that current indications suggest high pressure remains in charge through to the end of the weekend and it will continue mainly dry and sunny for Saturday and Sunday with light variable or easterly breezes. Highest temperatures generally of 13 to 16 degrees and turning cold at night with grass frosts.
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