Things are looking promising! Image: Met Eireann

However frost may make a return on Friday.

After weeks of bitterly cold mornings and frost, it seems we’ll experience a mini reprieve for most of this week.

The latest outlook from Met Éireann says the weather we’re currently experiencing is ‘above average’ for this time of year with top temperatures reaching 10 to 13 degrees today (Tuesday).

Pleasant weather will continue on Wednesday, with see some light rain and drizzle in the west, but it will be mostly dry overall with highest temperatures of 11C to 13C.

Meanwhile Thursday is the pick of the bunch, with the Met saying it’ll be a ‘dry and very mild day with highs of 11C to 13C’

Friday wont be as mild as the previous days, with a cold front bringing freshening winds for a time. But temperatures rise again to be between  11 to 13C.

Sounds good to us. Here’s hoping this stretch of warmer weather isn’t going anywhere soon!