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Dublin: 17 °C Friday 3 July, 2020

Did you catch this morning's spectacular sunrise? (We're due a few more of them)

We’re due a few more pleasant mornings in the coming week or so, as the high pressure sticks around over Ireland.

WE’VE ENJOYED A few impressive sunrises in recent days – but this morning’s was particularly spectacular.

Early risers have been capturing the yellow-and-red displays:

faf Source: David Murray (taken while cycling to work)

The outlook

From the looks of it, we’re due a few more pleasant mornings to boot.

According to Met Éireann, the high pressure that’s been dominating our weather for the past while isn’t going anywhere. It’s set to stay dry and settled through the weekend and well into next week.

It’ll be dry with clear spells most days, with temperatures largely unchanged.

Now if we could only just remember to look at the sky occasionally…

Read: Predicting this winter’s weather is like ‘gazing into a crystal ball’

Read: Met Éireann’s Gerald Fleming explains the ‘cool anomaly’ that ruined our summer… 

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