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Dublin: 15 °C Saturday 4 July, 2020
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PROOF that the sun’s shining all over Ireland

All together now: Yessssss.

JUST IN CASE you’re in a room with no windows, we’ve gathered some proof that the sun is, in fact, shining across the country.

Met Éireann has said today will be “another fine dry day with good sunshine and light variable winds”. Top temperatures have hit 18 degrees in some areas.

Let’s all stop for a moment to take this in:

met 4 Source: Met Éireann

It’s expected to stay dry tonight, but mist or fog will form later on as lowest temperatures dip to between one and four degrees.

Lots of you are lucky enough to be outside today, soaking up some rays:

Dublin sun 046 Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Dublin Sun 332 Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Dublin Sun 003 copy Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Dublin Zoo 313 copy Dublin Zoo Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

This fantastic photo was taken in Ballycotton in Cork yesterday:

fishing boats Source: Caitlin O'Reilly

Meanwhile, this gorgeous shot overlooking Cork Harbour from Rostellan was captured on Sunday evening:

AlanBarryUpload1 Source: Alan Barry

Read: This warm weather is going to hang around for a little while

Read: Everyone is going to want to do this today

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