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Dublin: 13 °C Thursday 19 October, 2017
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The weather is looking pretty good for the weekend

It’ll be mainly dry with sunny spells and some scattered showers.

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TODAY WILL BE mainly dry with sunny spells in many areas, according to Met Éireann.

Top temperatures will range from 16 to 21 degrees Celsius and it’ll be warmest in the east and south. Cloud will build from the Atlantic during the afternoon and evening. Light breezes will freshen gradually during the day from a southwesterly direction.

It’ll be mild, cloudy and windy with scattered outbreaks of rain tonight. There will also be hill and coastal fog. Temperatures are not expected to dip below 11 to 14 degrees. Fresh southwesterly winds will be strong in the west and northwest, and rain will be persistent in these areas at times.

Tomorrow morning will be mild and humid with patches of rain, drizzle and fog. Highest temperatures will range from 16 to 19 degrees with fresh southwesterly winds.

Clearer, fresher weather with sunny spells will spread from the northwest during the afternoon and evening. It’ll be dry apart from a few showers tomorrow night. Temperatures will dip to 10 to 12 degrees.

Weekend

Met Éireann says Saturday will be a bright, fresh day with sunny spells. It’ll be dry apart from some isolated showers. Highest temperatures will range from 15 to 19 degrees in moderate westerly winds with good drying conditions.

It’ll be cool and dry on Saturday night. Minimum temperatures will range from six to 10 degrees in light breezes with some fog patches developing towards dawn.

There will be a dry, bright start for many areas on Sunday before it becomes generally cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain developing. Top temperatures will range from 15 to 19 degrees in fresh south to southeast winds. It’ll become humid during the day. Sunday night is expected to be mild and humid with patches of rain, drizzle and fog.

An Atlantic airflow will bring changeable weather next week with a mixture of sunny spells and blustery showers.

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