The recent spell of summer weather enjoyed in Donegal is set to change this week with the return of rain.
Temperatures will remain warm throughout the five-day outlook, but are not likely to reach the hot highs of 26C that Donegal experienced last week.
This afternoon (Monday) will stay cloudy and mostly, but forecasters have predicted thick clouds and rain from Wednesday.
Met Eireann forecasters said: “Wednesday will start out dry and warm but increasing southerly winds will bring a change in the weather conditions. Clouds will increase along the west coast and thicken to bring rain there by afternoon.”
Highest temperatures in Ulster this week will range from 16-18C, with a chance of isolated showers and cooler, fresh winds.
On the other hand, the change in conditions will bring relief to hayfever sufferers in the country. The pollen count ranged from high to very high last week, but will return to moderate levels from Wednesday.Tags: