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Dublin: 16°C Tuesday 16 August 2022

The weekend's weather is looking mixed but clear skies are predicted for Sunday's football final

Tomorrow will be mainly dry with some scattered showers.

Last year's All-Ireland final replay in Croke Park.
Last year's All-Ireland final replay in Croke Park.
Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

THE WEEKEND’S WEATHER is set to be mixed but be mostly clear and temperatures are set to remain cool to moderate, according to Met Éireann.

Ahead of this weekend’s All-Ireland football final, forecasters are predicting a “bright and fine day” come throw-in on Sunday.

Ahead of that, Met Éireann says that today will be bright and fresh apart from a few light showers with temperatures of between 14 to 16 degrees.

It’s likely to be dry tonight except for some isolated showers, especially in north and northwest coasts.

Tomorrow is set to be a bright and dry early on with clouds increasing as the day progresses.

Met Éireann says there will be some occasional showers during the afternoon and evening that will become spells of rain in the late afternoon.

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The day will be cool with temperatures of between 12 to 14 degrees.

Forecasters say that Sunday is likely to be a bright and fine day with very light winds and temperatures in their mid-teens.

Read: Temperatures could dip below freezing in some areas this weekend >

Read: ‘Thundery bursts’ of rain on the way for Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo >

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