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Dublin: 8°C Friday 3 December 2021
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So, the weekend weather is going to be kind of meh with some drizzle

It’s still going to be fairly warm, though.

IF WE WERE to sum up what the weekend weather is going to be like in one sentence, this would be it: Meh with some drizzle.

To be fair though, it is going to be pretty warm – for Ireland, anyway.

friday rain Blue spots, be gone! Source: Met Éireann

Met Éireann says there will be “some hazy sunshine at times today, but rather cloudy in the main”.

Patches of mist and drizzle will develop on the western coast this morning, before moving eastwards through the afternoon and evening.

Temperatures will reach 16 to 19 Celsius, but could hit up to 20 or 21 Celsius in some eastern areas later this afternoon, meaning the sunburn index is high.

Tonight will be mild and close, with some mist and drizzle in places and some fog on Atlantic coasts. Temperatures will drop to 12 to 14 Celsius, with light to moderate westerly breezes.

Saturday

There will be a few bright spells tomorrow morning, but generally it will be cloudy and misty, with some rain and drizzle at times. (Sorry.)

Fresher weather, with sunny spells and scattered showers, will develop during the afternoon and evening. Top temperatures will reach 16 to 21 degrees Celsius, with moderate to fresh southwest to westerly winds.

Tomorrow night with see clear spells, apart from some showers along the north coast, and lowest temperatures of 8 to 10 degrees.

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Sunday

Sunday will be a fresh day with sunny spells everywhere. There will be scattered showers, especially over Ulster, Connacht and North Leinster, where a few will be heavy. It will be mainly dry further south.

Highest temperatures will hit 14 to 19 degrees, with fresh westerly winds. It will be very blustery along northern and northwestern coasts.

The outlook for north is better on Monday: it’ll be mainly dry with sunny spells, just a few showers, and temperatures in the mid to high teens. Southern and southwestern parts are likely to be cooler with a spell of rain which could turn heavy.

For the rest of the week ahead it looks like the weather will be changeable but with reasonable temperatures, close to or a little above normal.

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