Parts of Ireland will see hot, sunny weather return tomorrow, as temperatures are set to hit highs of 24C, forecasters have said.

Tomorrow will be very warm with good spells of sunshine across much of the country, temperatures will range from 20-24C.

It will be cloudier over the northern half of the country, with some lingering rain or drizzle in Ulster, which will gradually die out.

Tomorrow night will be mild and humid, with clear spells and patches of mist and fog developing. Lowest temperatures will be between 12-15C.

The good weather will continue into Tuesday, which will be dry and very warm again.

However, Wednesday will bring showers at times, while temperatures will drop back to the high teens or low 20s.

The average September temperature in Ireland is between 11C to 16C.

Meanwhile, the UK Met Office said temperatures in Northern Ireland will hit the mid 20s over the next few days.