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Monsoon rains and temperatures have risen in Ireland

Dublin: Observers say that unexpected rains are disrupting the weather and agricultural sector in Ireland. Rainfall in Ireland is at an all-time high during the month of June.

According to the Met Office, the “monsoon”-like rain that began across the country yesterday is expected to return for most days this week. Despite the temperature of 22 degrees Celsius this morning, it continues to drizzle in Dublin.

Heavy rain is expected in the Midlands and the Galway region this afternoon and evening. Thunderstorms or heavy rain are possible. The possibility of an occurrence in these areas is also mentioned in the weather forecast.

Many areas will experience fog, and temperatures will remain between 13 and 16 degrees.

The temperature will reach 22 to 27 degrees on Wednesday, June 14, and the next day, and there is a chance of rain on Thursday and Friday.

On Saturday and Sunday, the presence of the sun will also be evident, along with light rain.

https://twitter.com/MetEireann/status/1668497710930964480?s=20

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