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Dublin: 6 °C Saturday 25 January, 2020
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Don't expect a lot of sunny weather in the coming days

It’s going to be pretty mixed.

Urge Source: jesse.millan via Flickr/Creative Commons

THE SUNNY WEATHER enjoyed by some parts of the country in the past week won’t be making its presence felt much in the coming days as cloudy and wet weather dominates for the coming week.

Met Éireann is predicting some sunny or bright spells over the coming days, but the main feature will be rain.

A band of “persistent and sometimes heavy rain” is moving in from the west today, but will weaken by the time it reaches the east. It also won’t hang around for long, with sunny spells possible in the west by this evening.

You can expect more mixed weather on Sunday. A mix of sunny spells and broken cloud in the morning will give way to cloud, with rain in some western areas by the evening.

rainfall radar2 Rainfall from last night to the early hours of Monday morning. Source: http://forecast.io/

Next week will be all over the place, with showers and sunny spells and bands of rain of coastal fog and practically everything else you could hope for, but one common feature is that temperatures will “become normal for mid-July”.

The current mean temperature average at Dublin Airport this month is 14.9, compared to 15.8 last year.

Read: South Dublin and Salthill water not fit for swimming >

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