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Met Eireann predicts unusual changes in Ireland’s climate

DUBLIN: Met Eireann has been predicting unusual climate change in Ireland since yesterday.

The weather forecast for yesterday predicted temperatures as high as 16 degrees Celsius with sunshine. Met Eireann says that this will continue until the weekend.

As the high pressure system moves in, the rest of the week will be bright and dry. The country will receive very little rainfall till the end of April. It has been observed that some very unusual conditions can be expected in the coming days.

Isolated showers are also expected this afternoon, Met Eireann said. The maximum temperature is 11 to 15 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature at night is 0 to 4 degrees.

“Another dry and sunny day in store for Friday. Highest temperatures of 11 to 16 degrees, mildest over the midlands and Connacht and coolest along the east and south coasts in moderate to fresh southeasterly winds,” a Met EIreann forecaster said.

“Current indications suggest that the dry and sunny conditions will continue into the weekend as high pressure maintains its dominance over our weather,” he added.

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