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Dublin: 18 °C Monday 1 June, 2020

Those balmy high-teens temperatures will be back to tantalise us tomorrow

The weather gods clearly didn’t get the memo about arranging a bit of sunshine for the weekend…

You. Tomorrow.
You. Tomorrow.
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AFTER A NOT-bad-but-not-fantastic-either weekend, the warm temperatures will be back with a bang tomorrow.

The latest forecast from Met Éireann tells us to expect temperatures of up to 17 degrees in the south of the country, with only patchy drizzle.

However, it will be back to cooler weather by Wednesday – with cloud, rain and drizzle extending from the south. However “amounts will be small and brighter conditions will follow, with just a few isolated showers”.

From Thursday on it will be dry and settled – but a little cooler than would be ideal: temperatures around 12 to 15 degrees.

According to the weather service:

Early indications suggest that there will be little change for the early days of next week.

Today, meanwhile, we might see highs of 16 degrees in some parts of the country – with good sunny spells.

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