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It’s shaping up to be a lovely one

May 30, 2021

We’re set for a stunning day today weather-wise, according to Met Eireann.
While the forecast for midweek is looking fairly unsettled, today, tomorrow and Tuesday all look like they’ll bring 20C+ heat with much of the country staying dry and warm for the next few days.
Today, Sunday, any lingering mist or fog should clear away early to give a mostly dry day with good sunny spells, Met Eireann said.
While a few scattered showers may develop through the afternoon, it’ll be warm, with highest temperatures of 17 to 20 or 21 degrees, a little cooler along coasts in sea breezes.
Meanwhile, it’ll be dry and clear tonight with light southerly breezes and patchy mist and fog.
Southern coasts may be affected by coastal mist and fog and lowest temperatures will be six to 10 degrees.
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Monday is shaping up to be dry, with hazy sunshine covering much of Ireland.
Forecasters say it’ll be a little cloudier in western coastal counties, with some drizzle possible near coasts.
Highest temperatures should be 18 to 20 degrees, with it being a little cooler in the south and along coasts.
Winds will be light southerly, occasionally moderate with sea breezes developing in the afternoon.
Monday night should stay generally dry, while it’ll be cloudy in the west with outbreaks of rain and drizzle skirting western coasts. However, it’ll be relatively mild overnight, with lows of 10 to 13 degrees in light breezes.
Met Eireann’s outlook for the week ahead is as follows: ” Staying dry and warm for much of the country for the start of the week. Turning more unsettled from mid-week onwards.
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“TUESDAY: Warm again in many areas with temperatures up to 21 or 22 degrees inland, cooler at the coast. Cloudier in the west with showers through the afternoon and highs temperatures there of 14 to 16 degrees. Winds continuing mainly light to moderate southeasterly.
“TUESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy with outbreaks of rain over western coastal counties. Drier further east with clear spells. Overnight lows of 10 to 13 degrees.
“MIDWEEK: Uncertainty increases from the midweek period when the progress of a depression northwards over the country looks set to bring rain. Current indications suggest outbreaks of rain will push in over the southern half of the country in the morning, spreading to all areas through the afternoon with a clearance moving into the south by the evening. Highest temperatures of 19 to 20 degrees in Ulster and Connacht, 15 and 17 degrees elsewhere.
“The outlook for Thursday and beyond is for unsettled conditions with showers at times.”