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Be prepared with the most accurate 10- day forecast for with highs, lows, chance of precipitation from The Weather Channel and Weather .com. Dublin, Ireland 10 Day Weather .
Storm Atiyah may have passed, but strong winds and heavy rain are still expected to batter Ireland.
Met Eireann is forecasting "very windy" conditions throughout Monday and Tuesday.
It's going to be a cold start to the week, with highs ranging from 6C to 9C. However, Monday is set to be mostly dry and sunny.
A forecaster said: "Very windy in places at first, especially in coastal areas and in the east, but strong northwesterly winds will continue to decrease this morning, becoming mostly light to moderate westerly today.
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Get the most accurate hourly and 7 day weather forecast for Dublin, Leinster, the Republic of Ireland and Europe with daily reports and videos. Overview: Staying unsettled with very windy weather expected on Sunday. Frontal troughs embedded in the flow will pass eastwards over the area.
Here’s the latest five- day forecast for the UK and Ireland from The Weather Channel. A windy day , due to marked low pressure passing over the north. Winds will be moderate to fresh south-westerly, fresh to strong over the Channel and Irish Sea coasts and western and northern coasts of Scotland.
"A mainly dry, bright day, with sunny spells, but a few scattered showers will occur in the early morning.
"Maximum temperatures 6 to 9 Celsius. Cloud will increase gradually from the Atlantic, possibly bringing some drizzle to the northwest later."
The national forecaster has warned of "strong gusts" and heavy rain which are expected to hit overnight.
The spokesperson added: "Early tonight, rain will develop along west and southwest coasts, extending to all parts overnight, turning heavy in places.
"Becoming very windy, with strong and gusty southerly winds. Cold at first in the east and northeast, but becoming mild later. Minimum temperatures 4 to 7 Celsius."
Tuesday will be damp and gusty, but it will be far milder with highs of up to 14C.
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A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Tuesday will be wet and very windy, with occasional rain, heavy in places.
"Clearer conditions, with scattered showers, will extend from the Atlantic during the afternoon and evening.
"Strong and gusty southerly winds will veer southwest to west with the clearance, easing a little.
"Very mild for a time, but turning cold later. Maximum temperatures 11 to 14 Celsius."
Status Yellow wind warning in place for the country tomorrow .
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