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Mixed Bag

Sunny spells disrupted by thundery downpours for bank holiday weekend

Top temperatures will reach 18 degrees today and tomorrow.

THIS MORNING’S SUNNY spells are set to be disrupted by a scattering of showers with some heavy, thundery downpours in places.

Tomorrow looks set to be similar, with dry and sunny spells to start but scattered showers becoming widespread during the day with heavy downpours.

Top temperatures will reach 18 degrees on both days.

Sunday evening and night will see wet and windy weather spreading countrywide, turning persistent and heavy for a time.

Met Eireann says bank holiday Monday will be a cloudy and wet day with persistent and heavy rain at times.

It will also be cooler than today or Sunday with top temperatures of just 12 to 15 degrees.

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