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Irish weather: Met Eireann predict sunny spells tomorrow ahead of 30C weekend scorcher

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Mannix McDonnell, aged four, with his dog Milo enjoying the good weather at Sandycove beach in Dublin yesterday. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Mannix McDonnell, aged four, with his dog Milo enjoying the good weather at Sandycove beach in Dublin yesterday. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Cousins Ivey Lawrence (5) and Bonnie Lawrence (6) from Drimnagh enjoying the warm weather yesterday in Sandycove, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Cousins Ivey Lawrence (5) and Bonnie Lawrence (6) from Drimnagh enjoying the warm weather yesterday in Sandycove, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Members of the public enjoying the overcast but warm weather at Sandycove Beach, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Members of the public enjoying the overcast but warm weather at Sandycove Beach, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Members of the public enjoying the good weather at Sandycove beach, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Members of the public enjoying the good weather at Sandycove beach, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

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Mannix McDonnell, aged four, with his dog Milo enjoying the good weather at Sandycove beach in Dublin yesterday. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

There will be a mix of cloudy and sunny weather today, with areas remaining mostly warm and dry.

Temperatures will remain high between 16C and 23C ahead of sizzling highs of 30C this weekend.

Before the incoming scorcher, which has led to weather advisories being issued by Met Éireann, there will be a sprinkling of showers in Connacht, north Leinster and Ulster this afternoon.

It will be warmest near the south coast.

Tonight, will be mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of light rain in Connacht and Ulster.

Patches of mist and fog will also be present throughout the country.

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Cousins Ivey Lawrence (5) and Bonnie Lawrence (6) from Drimnagh enjoying the warm weather yesterday in Sandycove, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Cousins Ivey Lawrence (5) and Bonnie Lawrence (6) from Drimnagh enjoying the warm weather yesterday in Sandycove, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Cousins Ivey Lawrence (5) and Bonnie Lawrence (6) from Drimnagh enjoying the warm weather yesterday in Sandycove, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

Lowest temperatures will be between 11C and 14C, with a light south-west-to-west or variable breeze.

Tomorrow's weather will be similar to today’s. The morning will be largely cloudy with scattered light rain, but it will brighten up as we move into the afternoon and evening with spells of warm sunshine developing.

Temperatures will remain high between 17C to 24C, warmest in the south and south-east.

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The north of the country will experience a cooler day, with a light to moderate north-to-north-west breeze coming off the coast.

Tomorrow night, it will be dry but there will be isolated mist and fog. Lowest temperatures of 8C to 12C with a light and variable breeze.

This weekend and early next week we will have a short spell of hot weather, daytime temperatures will reach the mid to high 20s and possibly low 30s, according to Met Éireann.

It will also be very warm at night, particularly on Monday night.

These hot conditions will affect most of the country, with temperatures of 26C to 29C.

Temperatures of 30C or 31C are possible in some areas.

By Tuesday night, the good weather is set to break, with Met Éireann expecting more showery and thundery conditions.


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