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“Super Summer” has returned! Ireland was waiting……

Dublin: Those who thought that the summer holidays in Ireland were over are wrong. According to the weather forecast, Ireland will have a super summer in the last few weeks of August.

In contrast to the norm, the rain that fell throughout the month of July is also the country’s record rainfall. According to reports, the weather was not pleasant for those who visited the country’s tourist attractions. For two days, an unusual ‘Antoni’ storm caused concern in the Cork region of the country.

High temperatures are expected to grace Ireland by the end of the month, according to the Met Office, with temperatures expected to be “above average” by the end of the month.

The Meteorological Centre reports that the weather forecast for the week of August 21 to August 27 predicts beautiful weather. This week can also be reassuring because temperatures are expected to rise into the 20s by the weekend.

The Met Office said in a statement that rising temperatures in the UK could have an impact on Western Europe, with several countries setting records.

But between August 28 and September 3, rainfall is forecast to reach average levels across the country as there is concern that low pressure will be slightly stronger in the north-west near Ireland.

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