Met Eireann forecast Dublin rain showers ahead of weekend mini heatwave

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This weekend is set to be a scorcher but Met Eireann are also forecasting downpours in the capital.

Today will be “dry at first” in Dublin but rain will move in from the west that is “heavy at times with some downpours possible”.

The rain will clear eastwards during the afternoon followed by “sunny spells and well scattered showers”.

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Today will see temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees in Dublin.

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Saturday

Tomorrow morning, expect some mist and fog but this will lift from most areas.

It is set to be “predominately dry” in Dublin tomorrow with “spells of hazy sunshine”.

In the afternoon, there will be a few patches of light rain and drizzle.

Tomorrow will see highest temperatures of 14-17 degrees in Dublin but it will be a little cooler near coasts where fog and low cloud persists.

There is no further forecast for Dublin but here is Met Eireann’s national outlook:

Sunday

“Mist and fog will clear away early in the morning to leave a day with a mix of cloud and sunny spells with some light outbreaks of rain.

“Highest temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees in light to moderate south to southwest breezes. Largely dry and mild overnight with a few patches of drizzle.

“Cloud will build from the northwest later in the night and moderate southerly winds increase fresh to strong on Atlantic coasts by morning.

Monday

“A largely dry albeit cloudy start to the day, but rain will move in from the Atlantic, slowly extending across the country and becoming lighter and patchier as it does so, reaching the east towards evening.

“Highest temperatures of 15 to 19 degrees generally, a little cooler in parts of the northwest and west.

“Breezier than recent days in moderate to fresh southwest winds, easing during the evening. The rain will clear eastwards through the night with clear spells and showers following in from the northwest.”

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