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"Indian Summer" Ahead, As Warm Weather Promised This Week

Warm, dry weather is forecast this week in what could be this summer's last blast. It follows weeks...


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"Indian Summer" Ahead, As Warm Weather Promised This Week


Warm, dry weather is forecast this week in what could be this summer's last blast.

It follows weeks of weather warnings for rain and thunder.

Some forecasters are predicting the mercury to reach as high as 25 degrees in spots - however Met Eireann is being more conservative saying it will go above 20.

The warmest conditions are expected to be on Wednesday and Thursday.

While, the west and south is to see the best of the conditions.

This spell is unlikely to get heatwave classification as temperatures would have to remain high for five consecutive days.

Met Eireann's Evelyn Cusack said this week's weather will come as a boost to children returning to school.

Traditionally, the last week of the school summer holidays, people will be keen to ensure what may be the last of the summer sunshine.

However, there are warnings about water safety - always swim where there's a lifeguard - and remember to slap on the suncream.



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