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Dublin: 15°C Thursday 18 August 2022

Dry, sunny ... even warm. The weather forecast for the week is looking pretty good

You can almost smell the sunscreen and crisp sandwiches.

Image: Shutterstock/Pakhnyushchy

SO, CAN WE at least pretend it’s summer yet?

We’ve another spell of sunny, warm(ish) weather this week – so sure why not…

The sun will hardly be splitting the stones today. All the same “it will be dry with sunny spells developing in many places later”.

Met Éireann says the highest temperatures will be of “11 to 15 degrees Celsius, mildest further west” with light to moderate winds.

It’ll be a little warmer again tomorrow – and temperatures will hit up to 17 degrees in parts of the country on Wednesday.

According to the weather service:

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“It will remain dry and bright for most of Thursday, but outbreaks of rain reaching southern parts of the country in the evening will spread north overnight.

“Friday will remain mild, with rain soon giving way to showers and sunny intervals; winds will remain moderate southerly keeping it quite mild.”

By next weekend, though – it will be cool and breezy again, with scattered showers.

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Daragh Brophy

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