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Dublin: 18 °C Friday 7 August, 2020

It's back (for now)! Irish summer returns for at least a day

Breaking out the factor 50, folks: Met Éireann says it’ll be a warm day with spells of sunshine.

IT’S BACK FOR one last hurrah.

Ireland is set to get another day of summer today, with Met Éireann forecasting a warm day with spells of sunshine for most of the country – as temperatures could hit as high as 22°C.

Only a few areas will stay cloudy, mostly in the west, which will also experience some light drizzle along the Atlantic coast.

As usual, temperatures will be highest in inland areas, but even on the west coast it should reach anywhere from 15° to 18°C.

It’ll be mainly dry tonight, too, with temperatures of between 9°C and 12°C.

Met Éireann says it ought to be dry tomorrow morning too, but rain will start to come in from the west over the course of the afternoon.

It’d be a grand country, if only you could put a roof on it.

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