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Met Eireann has predicted a rise in temperature for the second half of the week

Met Eireann has predicted a rise in temperature for the second half of the week

Met Eireann has predicted a rise in temperature for the second half of the week

The recent spell of fine, bright weather is set to return with Met Éireann predicting an area of high pressure for the week ahead, bringing a rise in temperature and glorious sunshine.

However, the first half of the week is to remain cool and cloudy – a change from Saturday’s bright weather, with 11.5 hours of sunshine recorded at Dublin Airport.

The forecaster tweeted: “Cool, damp & mostly cloudy for the start of the week but transitioning to high pressure from midweek onwards, bringing fine settled conditions across the country.”

Monday and Tuesday will continue to be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain, but from Wednesday onwards, the weather is expected to become more settled with “a dry, bright and mostly sunny start to the day,” according to Met Éireann.

A forecaster said that Friday should be a fine, dry day: “Current indications suggest dry weather and sunshine will continue on Friday with highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees, mildest across Connacht. Light southeasterly breezes.”

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