This week it looks like the weather is going to change to a more showery yet warm regime as a Low Pressure pushes through after the sunny weather of June. July looks like being a showery month with outbreak of rain at times heavy and persistent in the North and some sunshine and dry spells too like this week on one or two days when temperatures will break 20c.So far a heatwave July like 2013 looks unlikely
A warm June with some showery spells
There will be some intense downpours all over Ireland for the month of June The weather looks set to stay unsettled and wet for most of the month but there will be some dry spells especially in the mid month period. This pattern looks likely to last for at least the first 2 weeks of July and then there is a slight chance of improved weather. Temperatures will continue to be a cool 16c in the Northwest but around 18 or 19c in the South and East at times mean for the month will be slightly above average.
So far this year there has not been any extraordinary weather apart from the stormy tidal Winter and the warmest temperature for the year at 27.1c in Newport on 17th June.