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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C
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Temperatures to go back into the 20s as we're set for sunnier, warmer weather all this week
Showers will be few and far between this week, forecasts Met Éireann.

THE WEATHER IS set to improve this week, with less rain, more sunny spells and warmer temperatures.

Today will set the tone for the rest of the week, with just a few scattered showers along with bright, sunny spells on a generally cloudy day, forecasts Met Éireann.

Temperatures will range between 15 to 18 degrees, while there will be moderate southwest winds.

It’ll be even milder tomorrow, with temperatures set to reach as high as 20 degrees.

In terms of the general outlook for the week, Met Éireann says that there’ll be some rain around, but below normal levels for June:

A southwesterly airflow will persist over Ireland. Atlantic coastal counties will see rain or showers at times, but amounts will be below normal. A lot of dry weather elsewhere with just occasional showers. Mild, with temperatures normal or slightly above.

Temperatures will persist in the high teens and early twenties all week, with tomorrow and Friday predicted to be the best days.

It’ll be breezy and cloudy throughout the week, however, with winds set to be strong in Atlantic coastal areas at times.

Looking further ahead, next weekend looks set to continue the trend of scattered showers and high temperatures.

Read: FactCheck: Is ‘exam weather’ really an Irish climate phenomenon?

Read: Another rainfall warning issued but sunny spells expected tomorrow

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