Dubliners are in for a treat as Met Eireann has forecasted a sunny and dry bank holiday Monday. The national forecast warns of a high level of UV rays, so it’s essential to wear sunscreen and a hat if you’re heading out to the beach. Hayfever sufferers have also been urged to take precautions as pollen levels are high.
Temperatures in Dublin will reach 19 or 20 degrees, making it a perfect day to enjoy the outdoors. The night will be dry and clear, with temperatures hitting the lows of 9 or 10 degrees. Tomorrow will be another sunny and dry day, with some patchy clouds in the afternoon and evening. Daytime temperatures will be around 17 or 18 degrees.
Met Eireann’s national outlook states that high pressure will continue to dominate this week, with plenty of sunshine expected. Tuesday night will be another dry and generally clear night, with lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees and a light easterly breeze. Wednesday will stay dry and sunny for most, with the chance of a light shower in Ulster. The highest temperatures of 20 to 24 degrees will be in most parts of the country, with the east and northeast slightly cooler with highs of 16 to 19 degrees in light to moderate easterly winds. Wednesday night will be dry and clear, with lowest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees in a light easterly breeze. Thursday will remain dry, with hazy sunshine across the country. Some patchy clouds are possible in the southwest later. The highest temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees will be in Leinster and east Ulster, and of 20 to 23 degrees elsewhere, in light to moderate easterly winds.
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