The lovely spring weather will last the entire weekend, with some places maybe even getting their first summer day of the year, Weerplaza reports. To start the work week temperatures make it back into the 70's on Monday with a slight chance of precipitation. Thursday afternoon high temperatures will be around 74 degrees. So, you will want to have the jacket this morning with temperatures in the upper-30s to low-40s.
The Met office said under fine clear skies, people can enjoy "dry, sunny and very warm conditions with temperatures rising" on Saturday and Sunday to a possible 26C and "maybe a 27C" on Easter Monday.
I'm expecting clear and cool tonight, low in the 50's.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures develop, with a low of 58 degrees.
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The Met Office also said that Saturday's temperatures are around 10C higher in many places compared with the average for this time of year. However, it will stay cloudy in Connacht and west and north Ulster with perhaps some drizzle there along the coast. With light wind and low humidity, heat will radiate away from the surface to space.
We'll have gusty winds this afternoon ranging from 15 to 20 miles per hour. This is due to uncertainty in the positioning of a slow-moving frontal system which is battling against the high pressure to the east.
The west and midlands promise the best bets for bouts of hazy sunshine and temperatures nudging 21C or 22C today. Maxima still well above normal at 14 to 18 or 19 degrees, highest in eastern areas.