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Sunshine on the way as temperatures set for the 20s

Story by Laura Ryder

Monday, 9th June, 2014 10:30am

Sunshine on the way as temperatures set for the 20s

Temperatures are set to pick up from Wednesday.

Today (Monday) and tomorrow will feature rain as well as sun, but it looks like things will take a turn for the warmer and drier from Wednesday.

According to Met Eireann forecaster Joanna Donnelly some high pressure is on the way, bringing with it temperatures of up to 20 degrees Celsius from the middle of the week on.

Today will be warm, with temperatures of about 17 degrees expected along with sunny spells, scattered showers and a small risk of thunder.

Tomorrow is expected to be largely the same according to Ms Donnelly.

Wednesday will bring with it better weather again however, with temperatures of up to 20 degrees expected from then until the weekend. Forecasters can’t say yet whether the warm weather will continue into the weekend or not.

Weather from Wednesday until Friday at least will be dry and mild however, with lots of sunshine.

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