Tuesday 22 August 2017

Easter weather to be dry

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Catherine Devine

Catherine Devine

The rain is back this week - but there are signs of a dry Easter in store.

While most of the country enjoyed sunshine with temperatures of 15 degrees on Saturday, this will change.

Rainfall is forecast for most of the country tomorrow evening - and the colder weather will continue until Saturday. There is some good news, though - with Met Éireann saying we can make some outdoor plans, as it's likely to remain dry on Easter Sunday and Monday.

The south of the country had temperatures of 15 degrees yesterday - but it was cooler in the north-west, where temperatures were between eight and nine degrees.

Irish Independent

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