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Dublin: 9 °C Friday 16 November, 2018
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Weekend weather is looking warm and sticky but sunshine may be hard to find

It’s going to be cloudy overall.

Expect condensation...
Expect condensation...
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THE WEEKEND WEATHER is looking to be warm and humid for most of the country but sunshine is likely to be in short supply.

Met Éireann is forecasting “very humid and close” conditions for the country with some hazy sunshine in the east and midlands but clouds in other areas.

Outbreaks of rain today are expected to be in the Atlantic coastal counties, moving inland throughout the day.

Top temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees celsius are to be expected in the west but with warmer conditions elsewhere as temperatures reach 22 to 26 degrees celsius.

Tomorrow is expected to be broadly similar with forecasters saying it will be “cloudy and misty generally”.

Outbreaks of rain in Atlantic counties may spread eastwards throughout the afternoon and evening, but these will remain light in the inland areas.

Rain in eastern areas will primarily be during Sunday night into Monday morning but again amounts will be small.

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