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Dublin: 14 °C Monday 14 October, 2019
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Temperatures on polling day are set to reach 23 degrees

Tomorrow is to be mainly sunny.

Former Labour leader Dick Spring reads the paper ahead of the 1997 general election.
Former Labour leader Dick Spring reads the paper ahead of the 1997 general election.
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TOMORROW’S REFERENDUM DAY will have temperatures up to 23 degrees, according to Met Éireann.

The forecast for Friday is for spells of hazy sunshine with the best of it to be felt in Ulster, Connacht and west Munster.

Parts of the east will see cloudy periods and some showers in the afternoon that will reach Munster later in the day.

Temperatures will remain relatively constant though and will peak at between 20 to 23 degrees in the sunshine.

Breezes along the coasts will make it cooler in those areas.

Looking towards the weekend, both Saturday and Sunday are expected to be warm with temperatures ranging between 18 to 23 degrees.

Saturday is expected to be mainly dry except for what Met Éireann says will be “the odd sharp shower” locally.

Sunday will also be broadly dry and generally sunny but could bring “scattered thunderstorms” in parts of the south and east.

The mainly dry and warm weather is expected to continue into next week.

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