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Dublin: 17 °C Sunday 31 May, 2020

It's going to get milder but become more unsettled this weekend

Outbreaks of rain will become more widespread from Sunday.

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TODAY WILL BE generally cloudy with temperatures hovering around double figures, but this weekend is set to bring milder and more unsettled weather according to Met Éireann.

The forecaster said there will be scattered showers in the west and north of the country this morning with these showers extending across the country before becoming more isolated in the evening.

Tonight then will be largely dry with clear spells with some patches of rain in coastal areas.

Tomorrow will be mostly dry with a mix of cloud and sunny spells. Highest temperatures will reach 10 to 13 degrees.

It’ll also remain mild on Saturday night, with lowest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees.

On Sunday, outbreaks of rain in the west and south-west will extend eastwards to most areas as the day goes on. Heavy bursts are possible in south Munster and south Leinster, Met Éireann said.

Highest temperatures will range between 12 and 15 degrees on Sunday. 

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Looking further ahead, Monday is forecast to have sunshine and scattered blustery showers before becoming dry and sunny in most parts of the country by the evening.

Tuesday is looking set to be mainly dry with good spells of sunshine.

In its “further outlook”, Met Éireann added: “Mild and changeable with occasional wet and blustery conditions, but also some good dry spells.”

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