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Dublin: 4 °C Sunday 29 March, 2020

So much for the summer - expect some horrible weather today

It’s May 19th, weather gods *shakes fist at the sky*. Enough with the hail and thunder.

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SUMMER’S HERE – at least in theory.

But don’t expect the sun to be splitting the stones anytime soon.

Much like recent days – it’s set to be cold and windy today, with only occasional sightings of the sun.

On top of that – some parts of the country will experience hail downpours later.

There’ll be thunder too – especially in the east and northeast.

According to Met Éireann:

Maximum temperatures 10 to 13 Celsius, in a fresh to strong and very gusty west to northwest wind.

Looking a little further ahead – there are some positive indications. By the end of the working week, temperatures should be struggling up past the mid-teens.

And then into Saturday and Sunday:

Mostly dry, with some bright or short sunny spells, but with a good deal of cloud. Some light rain or drizzle possible, especially Saturday night and early Sunday, with hill and coastal fog at times. Max. temperatures in the mid to high teens, with light winds.

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