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Dublin: 12°C Monday 26 October 2020
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Close and humid week ahead with highs of 24 degrees today

Tomorrow is also looking close and humid with highest temperatures of 23 degrees

TEMPERATURES ARE SET to reach up to 24 degrees today.

Met Éireann is forecasting a close and humid day where it will feel warm in the sunshine.

However, drizzle and fog will become widespread over Connacht and parts of Munster later this afternoon and evening.

Tonight will stay close and very humid with drizzle and fog becoming fairly widespread and lowest temperatures of just 15 C.

Tomorrow is also looking close and humid with highest temperatures of 23 degrees. Met Éireann says:

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“It will be a misty, damp start in many places, but drying out gradually with some breaks in cloud developing, allowing some hazy sunshine to come through.”

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