Met Éireann Shares Sunny Outlook For Weekend Ahead

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Met Éireann have predicted a bright weekend, with sunshine and dry conditions which are set to continue into next week.

The national forecaster has said that temperatures will stay between 12 and 15 degrees for tonight, with light to moderate winds, remaining dry and clear with little or no wind. Temperatures will drop to between 0 and 4 degrees.

Met Éireann have also said that Ulster is to see the coldest weather, with a touch of grass forming. 

As for Saturday, it is to remain sunny and dry, with highest temperatures remaining between 13 and 17 degrees, with light and variable winds. The evening is to be dry and clear, with light winds. Temperatures are to drop to between 2 and 5 degrees.

Met Éireann have also revealed that the sunshine is to continue into Sunday, with temperatures ranging between 15 and 18 degrees with light winds and clear spells.

The forecaster have also said that Monday will be dry with sunny spells. Temperatures are to remain between 12 and 13 degrees in the north of the country, with the south to see temperatures of 17 degrees, with the winds to remain light and moderate.

As for Monday night, it will remain dry with clear spells and light breezes. Temperatures are to stay between 4 and 6 degrees.

Tuesday is to remain dry, with sunny spells, along with isolated drizzle patches, with temperatures to stay between 13 and 15 degrees with light to moderate breezes. 

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