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Dublin: 5 °C Sunday 8 December, 2019
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Blue skies, sunny spells, temperatures up to 18 degrees Celsius - what's not to like?

Get out that sunscreen you packed away after last year’s summer holiday to Portugal. The sunburn index for Ireland today is moderate to high.

ire Source: Met Eireann

AFTER YESTERDAY’S HEAVY downpours any glimpse of the big yellow thing we see in the sky from time to time is welcome.

Today’s not looking too bad at all, with Met Éireann saying that it is going to be dry for much of the country.

And here’s something you don’t see too often:

Today there will be mist and fog but that should clear by this morning to give dry weather with sunny spells.

Leinster will have the brightest conditions but there will be good sunshine, variable cloud and sunshine elsewhere.

Patchy rain will affect the far southwest, with a few well scattered showers developing across the country later in the day. In other words, bring a brolly just in case. It is Ireland after all.

There is the possibility of the odd heavy or thundery one later in the day said Met Éireann, with the northwest and southwest counties most at threat, but possibly developing across the north Leinster as well.

Today it will feel mild with highest temperatures of 15 to 18 degrees Celsius. There will be a light southeast breeze that will keep temperatures a little cooler along some east and south coasts.

So, get out and enjoy while you can.

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