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Dublin: 6 °C Friday 22 November, 2019

The cold snap is over: It will be a balmy 13 degrees today

And it could get even warmer tomorrow.

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RECENT WEEKS HAVE been very cold, but Ireland is going to be a lot warmer today with highest temperatures set to reach 12 or 13 degrees.

There’ll be plenty of rain about, but the unseasonably warm weather will persist until this evening, and will remain for the next few days.

Wet and foggy conditions will be found throughout the country this morning but temperatures will remain in the low teens, according to Met Éireann.

They do point out, however, that outbreaks of rain will develop in western coastal counties which will become more widespread throughout the day.

Met Éireann said: “Very misty and damp again tonight with occasional rain. Temperatures falling no lower than 9 or 10 degrees.

Little change tomorrow with low cloud and poor visisbility; further outbreaks of rain through the day also. Highest temperatures of 13 to 15 degrees in fresh southerly winds.

Read: It’s going to be foggy AND freezing across the country this morning

Read: Much of the country is waking up to very cold conditions this morning

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