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Dublin: 18 °C Sunday 12 July, 2020
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Enjoy the good weather while it lasts... there's a frost warning for early next week

Yes, you read that right.

ENJOY THE bank holiday sunshine while it lasts…because it’s not going to last.

This morning, Met Eireann has updated its less-than-optimistic forecast for early next week to include the warning that “ground frost is likely in rural areas early next week”.

The best of the weather is expected to continue today and tomorrow, with temperatures this afternoon reaching 20 to 25 degrees. Irish Weather Online reports that the warmest places in Ireland today are likely to be the inland south and west.

Tomorrow will also be dry and warm, with sunny spells and temperatures of up to 23 degrees forecast for Leinster and Munster. However, by Sunday northeasterly winds will see temperatures fall to between 11 and 15 degrees.

And as we reported yesterday, the thermometer continues its downward trajectory into the early days of next week, as a wet, chilly spell takes hold.

But it could be worse: Irish Weather Online adds that Scotland can expect snow in hilly areas next week.

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