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Dublin: 12 °C Saturday 6 June, 2020

Temperatures will reach 28 or 29 degrees next week

It will be officially “Too Hot”.

Dublin's 40 Foot during good weather two weeks ago.
Dublin's 40 Foot during good weather two weeks ago.

IRELAND WILL BE full of people saying it’s “too hot” next week as temperatures soar to the high 20s.

Met Éireann says that while this weekend will see temperatures hit as high as 25 degrees, that could just be the start of it.

In fact, it may mean an official heatwave – five consecutive days of max temperatures over 25 degrees – is on the way. The hottest temperatures will be seen on Tuesday and Wednesday as the mercury rises to 28 and 29 degrees, respectively.

From Sunday, a period of weather in the mid to high 20s will make its way across Ireland, a forecaster told

“There will be light winds, no rain and high temperatures – in short, good summer weather.”

Saturday will see temperatures reaching as high as 23 degrees in the inland and across the south, and 24 degrees on Sunday.

Into next week, Met Éireann said there will be “very warm or even hot conditions” with “sunshine prevailing”.

“The warmest weather so far this year possibly on the way through this extended settled spell,” the forecast added.

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