WARM and dry weather is on its way to Co Donegal – just as most children return to school this week.
While today (Monday) might see some rain, especially by evening time, the rest of the week should be dry and warm.
And next weekend could see temperatures in the county climb to 21C, says Met Eireann.
“From Tuesday onwards high pressure will build over the country, bringing dry and settled conditions to most parts,” said a spokesman.
“Temperatures will range from 15 to 18 degrees and there will be good sunny spells in light winds.
“However the high pressure will cause the nights to be chilly with temperatures falling to between 6 and 9 degrees and mist or fog patches are likely to form.
“Towards next weekend temperatures will climb a few degrees with maximum values of 19 to 21 degrees and it will remain dry.”