Our Sunny Spells Will Be Short-lived As Rain Is Set To Make A Return

Just as we were considering slapping on a bit of sun cream

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Get your summer clothes on while you can, because we'll be saying goodbye to the sun again this weekend, says Met Éireann.

We'll have long sunny spells today with temperatures reaching 17C in some places. There will be some clouds developing but mainly in eastern and southern coastal areas.

Rolling Stones concert goers will have similar conditions tomorrow with a little more cloud and top temperatures reaching 18C.

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Friday will be dry with sunny spells reaching the late teens. The forecaster said: "The sunshine will be best over the south and east but dry all over."

Try get those weekend plans out of the way on Saturday as rain is set to hit in the evening after the day's warm sunny spells.

According to Met Éireann, "cloud will spill into the west during the evening and rain will spread slowly east across the country on Saturday night, though amounts will be small away from west coasts where low cloud and mist will persist."

An even bigger change could be seen on Sunday with the national forecaster predicting large outbreaks of rain. 

"There is still some uncertainty, but most likely it will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain - especially over the western half of the country."

So, pack a brolly with your sunnies this weekend. Standard.

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