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Dublin: 9 °C Wednesday 20 November, 2019
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Plenty of hazy sunshine around today - but it'll be a cool, cool weekend

It’s set to turn cool this weekend – with temperatures dropping to zero at night.

shutterstock_404739463 Sunrise near Ballybunion. Source: Shutterstock/morrison

AFTER A WARM, pleasant day yesterday there’ll be more hazy sunshine around today – but the summer-like conditions won’t last to the weekend.

Here’s the forecast from Met Éireann for today:

Another dry day with some hazy sunshine but cloudier in the south with patchy light rain in the southwest. Winds will be light to moderate, east to northeast, occasionally freshening in the south. Top temperatures of 12 to 16 degrees, warmest in the northwest and west.

Tonight will be mostly dry with clear spells, and tomorrow will stay mostly dry – but with cloud in the south and occasional rain.

Looking ahead to the weekend:

Saturday will be a cold day in a moderate northerly breeze. It will be mostly dry with isolated showers, mainly in the north and east.

Sunday will be “mostly dry with scattered showers in the north and northwest”.

Temperatures this weekend will be between 9 and 11 degrees – and it will be cold at night, with the mercury dropping to zero on Saturday night.

The outlook doesn’t look much better:

The cold weather will continue into the early days of next week with scattered showers and sunny spells. Winds remaining mostly moderate north to northwesterly. Nights too will be cold and frosty.

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