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Summer is here ... for a few days at least

It’s going to hit 25 degrees in some places this week.
May 31st 2016, 7:19 AM 28,992 20

THE WARM WEATHER most of the country has been experiencing is set to continue for the next few days.

Met Éireann says today will be “generally dry, warm and sunny” with highest temperatures of 19 to 23 degrees.

It’ll be cooler along the north and northwest coast due to moderate northerly winds and patches of sea fog.

Here’s the rainfall radar over Ireland this morning:

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Tonight will be dry and mostly clear, with some mist or shallow fog patches forming. Temperatures will dip to seven to 10 degrees Celsius.

Tomorrow will be generally dry and sunny too, with top temperatures of 20 to 24 degrees.

Met Éireann is predicting more warm weather and sunny spells for the rest of the week and over the bank holiday weekend.

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Highest temperatures will typically be in the low twenties, but up to 24 or 25 degrees in places and at times down to the mid-teens in some coastal districts.

Stay sun-safe out there.

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Read: 12 gorgeous photos that prove you can’t beat Ireland in the sunshine

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