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Dublin: 9 °C Monday 23 September, 2019

Everyone is going to want to do this today

OK, we’re exaggerating. But it’s going to be grand.

Image: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

SPRING WILL FINALLY shake off the winter blues today and deliver some sunshine for the end of the Easter long weekend.

And the spate of good weather is predicted to continue into the working week with blue skies expected for days to come.

After a cold start to the early morning, Met Éireann is predicting a dry, sunny Easter Monday with little or no wind across the country.

Temperatures are expected to reach up to 17 C, although the mercury could sit closer to the low teens in coastal areas affected by sea mists and fogs.

The clear, still weather is expected to continue tonight as temperatures fall back to between zero and 4 C.

Met Éireann said the dry, sunny weather was expected to continue until Friday with top temperatures of 16 C for each of the coming days.

That would be well above the average top daily temperature for April of about 12 C.

Weather Source: Met Éireann

So more of this:

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And less of this to look forward to:

Snowing Weather Scenes Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland


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