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Good news: sunny weather to last ALL week

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DRY, SUNNY WEATHER is to last though the next week, according to Met Éireann’s forecast.

High temperatures today ranged from 20 to 25 degrees, with the highest values in the south, despite some cloud and drizzle.

Tonight will be mild with low temperatures of between 13 to 16 degrees.

Tomorrow will start out misty but become brighter later with good sunny spells across the country breaking into a very warm day. Temperatures are expected to hit 22 to 27 degrees in general, with coastal areas slightly cooler.

The overall outlook for the week is for very warm, settled weather with a risk of dull, misty conditions at times near coasts. The good weather may continue into next weekend.

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