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Temperatures set to reach high teens this week

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TEMPERATURES COULD RISE up to 17 degrees tomorrow, with Met Éireann forecasting a mostly dry and sunny week ahead.

Sunny spells are also expected to develop later this afternoon with temperatures reaching 11 to 15 degrees.

Thursday will stay dry and sunny in most areas but patchy rain is possible – especially over parts of Cork and Kerry.

Temperatures are forecast to stay in the mid-teens for much of the country but may drop to the low teens over much of Munster and the southeast of Leinster.

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