BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND FORECAST - TEMPERATURES SET TO RISE TO 20C OVER IRELAND & THE UK

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Photo of the sun shining on Rossnowlagh beach by  Kenneth Mc Donagh Photography

Photo of the sun shining on Rossnowlagh beach by Kenneth Mc Donagh Photography

This Bank holiday weekend temperatures look set to rise into the high teens and up to 20C to 21C in some parts of Ireland. This is all down the a warm front which will move over Ireland on Thursday and will keep the weather dry and warm over the whole weekend and into the start of next week.

It is a step in the right direction after the cooler week we just had but all in all it wasn't too bad as there where good decent sunny days in the mix too.

Over the bank holiday weekend there will be little or no rain over Ireland with rainfall below average over the period. 

Check out the temperature charts below

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Above shows the latest temperature been predicted by the models for over the weekend with temperatures over parts of England getting into the mid twenties. In Wales and Scotland temperature also look set to rise into the high teen and low twenties.

Below shows the area of high pressure sitting over Ireland which is one of the main things for keeping the weather settled and dry.

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