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Sunshine and highs of 25 degrees this weekend


AFTER A MIXED start to June, this weekend is set to bring some good weather, with temperatures of up to 25 degrees Celsius expected tomorrow and Sunday.

Met Éireann says today will be dry in most places, but cloudy and misty in many areas this morning, with patches of drizzle, mainly along western and northern coasts.

It’ll brighten up gradually, with sunny spells developing – the best of these in the midlands, east and south. However, some mist or sea fog may develop later along the south coast. Maximum temperatures will be 17 to 23 degrees, coolest in Atlantic coastal areas.

Tonight will be dry in most parts, but cloudy along some west and northwest coasts, with a little patchy mist or drizzle possible. It’ll be mild and humid, with lowest temperatures dipping to 10 to 13 degrees.

Tomorrow will be dry, with good sunshine in most areas, though parts of the west and northwest will be cloudier. Met Éireann says it’ll be very warm, with maximum temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees, but 16 to 18 degrees along Atlantic coasts. Winds will be mostly light to moderate southwesterly, but sea breezes will develop during the day.

Mostly dry until Tuesday

It’ll be dry in most areas tomorrow night with clear spells, but cloudy in the west and north, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle developing, mainly along north and northwest coasts. There’ll be patches of mist and fog also, with lowest temperatures dipping to nine to 12 Celsius, in mostly light southwesterly breezes.

Sunday will be warm and dry in most areas, with sunny spells – the best of these will be in the midlands, east and south. However, there is a risk of mist and fog patches near coasts. The west and north will be cloudier, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle in coastal areas. Maximum temperatures will range from 16 to 19 degrees in the west and northwest, and 20 to 25 Celsius elsewhere.

Sunday night will be mostly dry, but there will still be some light rain or drizzle in parts of the northwest and north. In near calm conditions, patches of mist and fog are likely.

Mainly dry conditions will continue up to and including Tuesday, although there will be some patchy light rain or drizzle at times, mainly along western and northern coasts. It’s expected to become more unsettled from midweek onwards.

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