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Réamhaisnéis Náisiúnta

Issued at: 23 June 2018 20:49

TONIGHT - Saturday 23rd June

Dry and mostly clear tonight with just patchy high cloud in near calm conditions. Lowest temperatures will fall to between 4 and 8 degrees with perhaps a few patches of mist or low cloud developing around dawn.

TOMORROW - Sunday 24th June

Tomorrow, Sunday will be another warm, dry and sunny day. Temperatures will rise a few degrees higher than Saturday with maximum values of 19 to 26 degrees. Again winds will be light variable inland with moderate onshore sea breezes around the coast.

National Outlook

A large area of high pressure will remain close to Ireland through next week. So our weather will be warm, dry and mostly sunny.

Sunday night will be another fairly cool night with lowest temperatuers of 7 to 10 degrees. However for the rest of next week, the nights will be milder with temperatuers falling no lower than 13 or 14 degrees.

From Monday, right the way through until Saturday of next week, the weather will be dry and mostly sunny. There'll be a chance of a little sea fog at times and there may be a bit more cloud in the west towards the end of the week.

It will be very warm or hot with temperatures mostly in the low to mid-twenties on Monday and Tuesday and reaching the mid to high 20s in many areas for the rest of the week.

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