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OUTLOOK: Remaining changeable, temperatures close to normal and rainfall below normal in most places. 

Thursday Night: Mild and close with lowest temperatures 11 to 13 C. A cloudy, misty night, with patches of rain, drizzle and fog. 

Friday: Close and humid. Generally cloudy and misty, with some further rain, drizzle and fog about, with just a few bright or short sunny spells early on, in eastern areas. The rain will be persistent and possibly heavy for a time, but a clearance to fresher weather, will follow in from the Atlantic, later in the day and overnight Friday. Top temperatures 17 to 21 C., best in east Munster and Leinster, in fresh south to southwest winds. 

Saturday and Sunday:Generally bright and fresh. There will be a mix of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. Some showers at times, these mainly over Ulster, where some could be heavy and prolonged along the north coast. Most other areas having just well scattered ones, with a lot of dry weather, overall. Quite breezy on Saturday, with fresh southwest to west winds, which will be strong in some exposed northwest and northern areas, but less breezy on Sunday. Highs over the weekend of 16 to 20 C.

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OUTLOOK: Remaining changeable, temperatures close to normal and rainfall below normal in most places. 

Thursday Night: Mild and close with lowest temperatures 11 to 13 C. A cloudy, misty night, with patches of rain, drizzle and fog. 

Friday: Close and humid. Generally cloudy and misty, with some further rain, drizzle and fog about, with just a few bright or short sunny spells early on, in eastern areas. The rain will be persistent and possibly heavy for a time, but a clearance to fresher weather, will follow in from the Atlantic, later in the day and overnight Friday. Top temperatures 17 to 21 C., best in east Munster and Leinster, in fresh south to southwest winds. 

Saturday and Sunday:Generally bright and fresh. There will be a mix of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. Some showers at times, these mainly over Ulster, where some could be heavy and prolonged along the north coast. Most other areas having just well scattered ones, with a lot of dry weather, overall. Quite breezy on Saturday, with fresh southwest to west winds, which will be strong in some exposed northwest and northern areas, but less breezy on Sunday. Highs over the weekend of 16 to 20 C.

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OUTLOOK: Remaining changeable, temperatures close to normal and rainfall below normal in most places. 

Thursday Night: Mild and close with lowest temperatures 11 to 13 C. A cloudy, misty night, with patches of rain, drizzle and fog. 

Friday: Close and humid. Generally cloudy and misty, with some further rain, drizzle and fog about, with just a few bright or short sunny spells early on, in eastern areas. The rain will be persistent and possibly heavy for a time, but a clearance to fresher weather, will follow in from the Atlantic, later in the day and overnight Friday. Top temperatures 17 to 21 C., best in east Munster and Leinster, in fresh south to southwest winds

Saturday and Sunday:Generally bright and fresh. There will be a mix of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. Some showers at times, these mainly over Ulster, where some could be heavy and prolonged along the north coast. Most other areas having just well scattered ones, with a lot of dry weather, overall. Quite breezy on Saturday, with fresh southwest to west winds, which will be strong in some exposed northwest and northern areas, but less breezy on Sunday. Highs over the weekend of 16 to 20 C.