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Dublin: 14 °C Friday 23 August, 2019
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It's going to be cold all week - but it will stay mostly dry

Temperatures will reach highs of 14 degrees, but breezes may make it feel colder.

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WHILE THE MORNINGS and evenings will be cold this week, temperatures will dip to near freezing.

Met Éireann says that today will see most areas stay dry and sunny, with just isolated showers – mainly in northern and northwestern counties.

Temperatures will reach highs of 14 degrees, but breezes may make it feel colder.

Tonight will see patches of mist and fog will form in calm conditions. It will be coldest in the east, as temperatures dip to two degrees. Some frost is possible.

Conditions will remain the roughly the same tomorrow, though there is a chance of evening drizzle.

Friday will also be broadly the same, with the weekend staying cold and dry with some scattered showers in the east and south.

Sunday will feature cold, blustery easterly winds with some showers.

Rain looks likely from Sunday evening into Monday.

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