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Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 2 June, 2020
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Highs of 23 degrees today but showers back tomorrow

Tomorrow will be a generally bright day with sunny spells but scattered showers are also set to make an appearance.

THERE WILL BE highs of 23 degrees today but we’re not escaping the clouds.

Met Éireann is forecasting warm sunny spells but warning that it will be “rather cloudy in southern and southwestern parts”.

Thicker cloud is also expected later this afternoon and evening, with rain forecast for western and southwestern coastal counties.

Tomorrow will be a generally bright day with sunny spells but scattered showers are also set to make an appearance.

Showers will gradually die out during the afternoon except in Ulster and north Connacht where the showers will continue throughout the day. Highest temperatures will reach 19 degrees.

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