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Ireland Irish weather: Ireland to be hotter than Barcelona today as Met Eireann forecast 13C temperatures

10:26  19 february  2018
10:26  19 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

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IRELAND will be hotter than the floating city of Venice today with temperatures set to top 13 C . Met Eireann have predicted a mild day ahead with patches of sunshine divided by rainy spells across the afternoon and evening.

© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: PA Ireland is set to be hotter than Madrid this weekend as temperatures soar into the mid-teens. After a miserable easter, Met Eireann are predicting highs of 15C on Saturday and Sunday, courtesy of warm air from Spain.

a river with a city in the background: Credits: Collins Photo Agency © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Collins Photo Agency Ireland will be hotter than Barcelona and Venice today as temperatures soar to a balmy 13C.

Met Eireann are forecasting a mild day with some sunny spells.

Enjoy it while it lasts though, as conditions are set to return to normal later in the week.

Talking about today's weather, a forecaster said: "Mist and fog will gradually clear this morning. Generally dry for the morning with the cloud breaking at times to allow some sunshine through.

"In the afternoon rain will develop in the west and slowly extend eastwards. Mild today with highs of 10C to 13C.

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IRISH weather experts reckons the warm weather will last well into the second week of July – as the June temperature record could be broken again today . Met Eireann forecaster Joanna Donnelly revealed the temperature at Shannon Airport at 9 am was already above 16C

IRELAND will be hotter than Ibiza tomorrow as Met Eireann weather charts reveal temperatures could soar to a sizzling 26C. Inland areas will fell the best of the heat as temps are also due to hit highs of 23C today .

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"It'll becoming clear tonight and turning cold with lows of 1C to 3C and widespread frost."

In comparison, Barcelona will reach highs of 12C and Venice 7C.

Looking ahead to tomorrow, the national forecaster wrote on their website: "Apart from an occasional shower Tuesday will be a dry and bright day with good spells of sunshine.

"Highest temperatures of 8C or 9C in light northerly breezes."

Giving their outlook for the rest of the week, a forecaster continued: "On Wednesday, frost will clear quickly. Dry and bright for the day with good sunshine.

"Cool with highs of 7C to 9C and widespread frost overnight.

"Thursday will be again generally dry for the bulk of the country, but some scattered light rain will affect the east and south at times and highs of 6C or 7C."

Here are the plans in place to get Ireland through Storm Emma .
The National Emergency Coordination Group said there may be a Status Red warning later this week.The group, which brings together various organisations and public agencies, met earlier this morning and in a media briefing afterwards, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government said the government is “well prepared”.

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