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Dublin: 16°C Monday 2 August 2021
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The weather forecast for the last days of August is very nice indeed

24 degrees tomorrow. Not bad at all.

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WE’RE HEADING INTO the closing days of August – but the weather forecast is looking anything but autumnal.

Conditions today will be dry with some patches of light rain, once early morning mist and fog clears. Temperatures will reach up to 22 degrees later.

Tomorrow, the outlook is for mostly dry and warm weather.

“The best of the sunshine will be in the east,” Met Éireann says.

“Cloud will increase in the west and rain will develop along the west coast by early evening.

It will push further inland through the evening. Highest temperatures of 19 to 24 degrees with moderate to fresh southerly winds.

Wednesday will be a bright day with sunny spells and some showers, and temperatures of around 20.

First days of September

However, on Thursday, there’ll be persistent rain spreading to all areas by the evening.

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After a wet night, there’ll be a good deal of dry weather around on Friday.

The early indications for Saturday are for “wet and blustery” weather with “persistent rain spreading eastwards across the country”.

The Electric Picnic festival gets under way at Stradbally in Co Laois this coming Friday.

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