Met Éireann has provided a varied forecast for Dublin today. Residents of the capital will wake up to outbreaks of rain, but these will clear later in the morning. Sunny spells and scattered showers are expected throughout the day, with temperatures reaching around 19 to 20 degrees Celsius. Tonight, the weather will become dry, with only a few isolated showers. There may be patches of mist or fog, and temperatures will drop to lows of 9 to 13 degrees Celsius.
Tomorrow will see a continuation of sunny spells and scattered showers, with temperatures ranging from 18 to 20 degrees Celsius. As for the national outlook, Tuesday night is expected to be largely dry and clear, with just isolated showers. Patches of mist and fog may form overnight, accompanied by light northwest or variable breezes. Lowest temperatures will range from 9 to 13 degrees Celsius.
On Wednesday, there will be a mix of cloud and sunshine, with only a few scattered showers developing. The highest temperatures will reach 18 to 22 degrees Celsius, and light winds and sea breezes are expected. Thursday will be mainly dry, with sunny spells that may turn hazy as the day progresses. There is a chance of patchy rain and drizzle developing in the coastal fringes of the west and southwest. Highest temperatures will range from 19 to 23 degrees Celsius, with southeast breezes increasing moderately during the afternoon.
Thursday night will see rain developing in the southwest and spreading over Munster and Connacht overnight. Friday morning will bring rain extending northeastwards to all areas, with heavy showers at times. The rain will gradually clear through the evening and night. Highest temperatures on Friday will range from 16 to 21 degrees Celsius, accompanied by moderate to fresh east to southeast winds.
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