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“Unexpected Rain and Wind Disrupt Ireland’s Summer Enjoyment”

Dublin: Despite the anticipated enjoyment of summer, Ireland continues to grapple with persistent rain and wind. Met Éireann has forecasted that rain and thunderstorms will prevail throughout the week, coinciding with the start of various celebrations. The weather outlook indicates a potential for flooding, particularly in coastal villages, with adverse conditions expected to persist.

Tourists hoping to relish the Irish summer are disappointed by the unanticipated downpours. Reports suggest that the country will remain predominantly cloudy from the week’s onset. Heavy rain is predicted for both mornings and afternoons on most days, significantly impacting the North-Eastern regions. Additionally, the West and North-West may experience isolated showers and thunderstorms, increasing the risk of flooding.

On Monday, rainfall will continue, but on a smaller scale, with intermittent showers alongside sunshine. Northern and southern counties can expect heavy showers overnight.

Tuesday will see a shift in rainfall intensity, accompanied by warmer weather. However, showers and westerly and north-westerly winds will persist. Fog will contribute to changing cloudy conditions, and rain is likely to spread nationwide during the night, with a concentration in the north. Minimum temperatures are forecast to range between 11 and 13 degrees Celsius.

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