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Dublin: 7 °C Thursday 21 November, 2019
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More sun on the way, with highs of 29 degrees expected tomorrow

Grab the sun cream.

no rain The rainfall radar is looking pretty good today Source: Met.ie

THERE’S MORE GOOD weather on the way, with sunny spells in many areas expected today and tomorrow.

Met Éireann says it’ll be warm and mainly dry today with sunny spells and variable cloud. However, there is a risk of isolated showers breaking out later today.

Highest temperatures will range from 18 to 22 degrees in Ulster, Connacht and along the Irish Sea’s coast, but will reach 23 to 26 degrees elsewhere. There will be a moderate east to northeast breeze.

There will be scattered showers tonight with the risk of isolated thunderstorms, but most areas will stay dry. It’ll be warm and humid with overnight lows of 14 to 17 degrees.

29 degrees in Leinster 

Tomorrow will be very warm and humid. There will be hazy sunshine, but cloud will thicken across western counties later in the day and there is a risk of a few showers breaking out.

There’ll be top temperatures of 23 to 27 degrees generally, but it’ll reach 28 or 29 degrees in parts of Leinster. There will be light to moderate winds, mainly southerly in direction.

It’ll be colder on Thursday and Friday, with some rain and top temperatures in the high teens.

Have you been enjoying the sunshine? Send your photos to pics@thejournal.ie.

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