Temperatures to reach 23 degrees today, but with a risk of thunder and spot flooding 4 months ago

Temperatures to reach 23 degrees today, but with a risk of thunder and spot flooding

Irish weather summed up, basically.

Saturday is set to be one of the hottest days of the year so far in Ireland, but - and there is always a but - it also brings with it the threat of some thunder and heavy rain.

Met Éireann has said that temperatures may reach as far 23 degrees in some areas today with the south midlands getting the warmest weather.

Many areas of the country will be dry, calm and warm today with spells of hazy sunshine.

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Highest temperatures will range from 19 to 23 degrees.

But.

Scattered showers will develop in the afternoon and evening. In particular the south west will be affected with some slow moving thundery bursts likely in these areas with the risk of some spot flooding.

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