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Dublin: 8 °C Friday 18 October, 2019
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No more rain? Met Éireann says 'most of tomorrow will be dry'

There will be some showers in the east by the meteorological service says we may even see some sun tomorrow afternoon. Sun? What’s that?

Met Éireann’s rainfall radar at 6pm on Saturday evening

MET ÉIREANN SAYS that the wet weather is expected to ease over parts of the country this evening but it will remain cold for much of the next week.

After persistent rain caused widespread flooding in parts of the country in recent days, the meteorological says that showers are expected to die out across Munster this evening.

Overnight there will be some wintry showers in Ulster and Leinster with temperatures staying below zero.

Tomorrow there will be some showers in the east of the country but it will be mostly dry elsewhere and there will even be some spells of sunshine in the afternoon.

However, it will remain cold with temperatures only reaching as high as 6 degree celsius in fresh, south-easterly winds.

The outlook for next week is unchanged with it expected to remain ‘extremely cold’ with severe frost in many areas each night. There will be wintry showers from the Irish Sea which will mainly affect the east coast.

But those in the west can look forward to some good, dry and bright spells.

Earlier: Northern Ireland still faces blackouts as weather warning persists in Republic

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