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Thursday 18 September 2014

Say goodbye to the sun - typical rainy Ireland to return

Freya Drohan

Published 21/05/2014 | 18:22

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In the Sky Garden in Cork City's Fitzgerald Park: Libby Halliday,
Gracie May Marshall of Fortissimo acrobatics and Guillaume Cousson of 'Inferno' launching the programme for the 2014 Cork Midsummer Festival, which will take place in venues across the city from June 19th - 23rd 2014.  This year’s Festival will focus on promoting the fantastic arts activity taking place around the city in June.  Festival highlights include Everyman Theatre’s production of Der Vampyr, two spectacular new circus performances at Elizabeth Fort and the return of the popular Picnic in the Park supported by Cork City Council. www.corkmidsummer.com
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In the Sky Garden in Cork City's Fitzgerald Park: Libby Halliday, Gracie May Marshall of Fortissimo acrobatics and Guillaume Cousson of 'Inferno' launching the programme for the 2014 Cork Midsummer Festival, which will take place in venues across the city from June 19th - 23rd 2014. Pic Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

The sun shone somewhat unexpectedly in some areas today – but the rain is set to make a return tomorrow.

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Rain is due spread across the country tomorrow.

According to Met Eireann, the rain will be particularly heavy in Dublin and in the east of the country.

Temperatures will be relatively cool – ranging between 11 and 15 degrees during the day – before falling to a lowly seven degrees tomorrow night.

However, there is some good news.

The sun is expected to make an appearance on Friday – but showers will still occur in the east and south.

It will remain cool and breezy over the weekend, with more rain expected on Saturday.

Things will begin to pick up on Sunday as temperatures heat up and showers become less frequent. Met Éireann also anticipate bright intervals and a “good deal of dry weather into next week”.

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