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Dublin: 15 °C Tuesday 26 May, 2020

Heading outside today? Bring an umbrella

Some frost and fog are on the way tonight.

Rainfall radar
Rainfall radar

IT’S RAINING IN many parts of the country this morning, with particularly heavy showers in the east and northeast.

Met Éireann says these will clear as the day goes on and there’ll be sunny spells in some areas. Highest temperatures will reach nine to 11 degrees Celsius.

There’ll be patches of frost and fog tonight as temperatures will dip to between one and six degrees, and more rain is expected by the morning.

Tomorrow will see some sunny spells in the east and north in the morning and later in the west and southwest, but it’ll generally be a cloudy day with some outbreaks of rain. Temperatures will range from around nine to 11 degrees.

Wednesday night will be mild and cloudy but there’ll be outbreaks of rain, heavy in places. Temperatures will dip to around five degrees.

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