Long Range Weather Forecast For Ireland (21 June 2021)

TRENDS for the week of 21 to 27 June remain similar, temperatures just slightly below average for late June, rainfall may creep up fairly close to normal eventually, and sunshine for most will be a little less than normal although quite variable (as we saw on Sunday where Dublin had quite a long sunny stretch, not that far away it was cloudy much of the time).


TODAY will be mostly cloudy with some clearing developing from Ulster southward around mid-day. The remnants of a weak front will bring just a little more rain to a few parts of north Leinster and the midlands, amounts not expected to be much more than 1-2 mm. Highs around 17 C.

TONIGHT will become partly cloudy then clear, and it will become rather chilly with lows 4 to 7 C.

TUESDAY will start out sunny and become cloudy by afternoon with rain across some parts of the north and then later central counties. Highs 18 to 20 C.

WEDNESDAY will see the last of that rain fragmenting to showers over Leinster then slow partial clearing will set in from the west this time, lows 8 to 10 C and highs 16 to 18 C.

THURSDAY will see more frequent showers and highs between 17 C and 19 C.

FRIDAY will be partly to mostly cloudy with showers, and highs around 17 C.

The outlook for the weekend of 26-27 June is partly cloudy and near average for temperatures (18-20 C).

My local weather was sunny and very warm on Sunday with low humidity, highs around 30 C.

-- Peter for IWO