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Monday, September 20, 2021

Last day of sunshine as weather set to turn

The sunny weather is expected to end after today with cooler and more unsettled weather expected to replace it.

Across the country, some people awoke to a misty morning which eventually subsided to a clear and hot day.


Met Éireann has warned of scattered heavy and thundery showers that will develop later today.

The forecaster stated that it predicts the heavy showers will die out earlier tonight.

Tomorrow’s weather will be cloudy with showery outbreaks of rain expected in western coastal counties throughout the morning and afternoon.


The rain is then expected to move eastwards in the evening and will become heavy or thundery at times. The highest temperatures will range from 19C to 23C.

The highest temperatures in western and northwestern coastal counties will be 17C or 18C.


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