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While the sunny spells will continue into next week it is looking like it will be increasingly unsettled

Jun 13, 2021

The country is set to be scorched today as temperatures sky rocket across Ireland.
After a humid but cloudy week the sun has finally returned with the mercury hitting as high as 24C in parts of the country.
However there will still be some drizzle across the likes of Ulster and along the west today.
Leinster is set to get the best of the high temperatures today while the west unfortunately with more hot weather hitting the midlands and the south.
And while the sunny spells will continue into next week it is looking like it will be increasingly unsettled.
A forecaster: “Dry and warm in most areas today, with sunny spells, especially in the east and south, but cloudy in Atlantic coastal areas, with a little patchy drizzle possible near coasts. Isolated mist or fog patches also along south coasts. More persistent rain and drizzle will develop along west and northwest coasts later.
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“Maximum temperatures 19 to 24 degrees generally, but cooler in Atlantic coastal counties, with maxima of 15 to 19 degrees. Winds mostly light to moderate southwesterly, fresh to strong on northwest coasts.
“Early tonight, rain and drizzle will become more widespread across Ulster, Connacht and west Munster, extending southeastwards, but becoming very patchy.
“Clearer, mainly dry conditions will follow from the northwest and it will turn cooler and fresher. Minimum temperatures 9 to 13 degrees, in mostly light to moderate westerly breezes.
“Monday will be bright and mainly dry, with sunny spells and just a few isolated light showers in the north and northwest. Maximum temperatures 14 to 19 degrees, in moderate west to northwest winds, fresh to strong on north and northwest coasts.
“Changeable weather in the week ahead, with some rain at times, but overall a good deal of dry weather. Turning cooler from midweek.
“Monday night will be dry in most areas with clear spells and slack winds, but cloudier in the west and southwest, with patchy drizzle developing on the coast. Minimum temperatures 7 to 9 degrees.
“On Tuesday the midlands, east and south will be mainly dry, with some bright or sunny spells and it will be warm and humid here, with maximum temperatures of 19 to 22 degrees.
“The southwest, west and northwest will be cooler and cloudy, with patchy of rain and drizzle. A breezy day, with moderate to fresh south to southwest winds, strong on Connacht and west Ulster coasts.
“On Tuesday night, rain will extend from the Atlantic, but it will be patchy in the east and south.
“Brightening up from the west on Wednesday, with some sunny spells developing and just a few scattered showers, mainly in Atlantic coastal counties. Relatively cool, with maximum temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees, in light to moderate southwesterly breezes, fresh to strong on northwest coasts.
“A cool, bright day on Thursday, with sunny spells and scattered showers, most of the showers in the western half of the country. Max. 14 to 17 degrees, in light to moderate northwesterly breezes.
“Currently, Friday is looking mainly dry, with sunny spells and light northerly or variable breezes. Max. 15 to 19 degrees.
“The outlook is uncertain for next weekend, but early indications suggest that it will be changeable and unsettled.”
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