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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 23 May, 2018
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Ireland is down there somewhere - under all that rain

Welcome to Monday. If you don’t want to know the weather forecast (and you don’t) look away now.

IF YOU’RE HEADING out the door – bring a brolley!

It’ll be a wet start this morning – with heavy rain in many areas, worst over the Ulster counties.

It won’t be sticking all day, however: the wet stuff will clear away to the east later, leaving cloudy weather, with some showers remaining. In Dublin, they’ll be heavy.

rain Source: Met Éireann

Some better news for this evening though. According to Met Éireann:

Some evening sunshine breaking through in the north and west, possibly some brighter spells developing elsewhere. Highs of 15 to 19 degrees Celsius, mildest in the south of Leinster, with winds decreasing light northwest later.

Looking further ahead – it will stay unsettled all week, but there is a little positive news regarding the weekend:

Current indications suggest next weekend will be mostly dry to begin, but some patchy rain may occur later. Temperatures will improve a little, but still below normal for the time of year.

So much for July. But we have high hopes for August.

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