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High Pressure will start to build over Ireland today. It will be cloudy today with rain or drizzle in many spots.

Ireland is expected much drier and calmer weather this week. Many parts of the country will not see any rain by the end of the weekend.

Wind speeds will be low all week for most areas but It could be windier in the North West as the blocking high is situated in the South of the country allowing the very end of low pressure systems to bring some wind to these parts.

There is also expected to be some good sunshine this week also! The South and East of the country are expected to see the sunniest spells throughout the week.

It is expected to remain cool this week with temperatures at night expected to drop below freezing in parts this week. -2 degrees is forecast overnight Wednesday into Thursday. During the day temperatures are expected to remain in single figures with parts in the West possibly reaching 10 degrees.

At the moment it appears that high pressure could settle around Ireland leaving mainly dry conditions for the rest of the week and over the weekend.

Please keep up to date with forecasts by Weather Alerts Ireland.

Pic by meteologix.com

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