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Dublin: 7 °C Saturday 23 September, 2017
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Highs of 27 degrees to start the week

But the rain is planning an appearance on Wednesday.

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TODAY IS SET to be another warm and sunny day with highs of 25 degrees this afternoon.

Met Éireann says there will be little or no wind inland, with moderate coastal sea breezes in the afternoon.

Tomorrow will be hotter again with top afternoon temperatures set to reach 27 degrees.

However, the sunshine is expected to turn hazy in the east and south and there is a slight risk of some thundery showers breaking out there later.

On Wednesday, there’s a risk that a spell of rain will turn heavy, with more expected on Thursday.

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