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Monday 30 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Sunshine

Last year
2022
# Weather
Met Éireann says next week could see 'heatwave' conditions
High pressure is set to bring a prolonged spell of settled weather.
# Met Éireann
Sunny weather forecast for the weekend ahead, with highs of 20 degrees
Met Éireann is forecasting bright, clear days over the weekend.
All time
# autumn gold
Warmer weather to stay with us into next week (but there's an increased chance of rain)
Temperatures in the high teens and low twenties look set to stay with us into next week.
# late summer sun
Hot weather and sunny spells set to remain this weekend with temperatures to hit 24 degrees
The good weather is set to last this weekend and into early next week.
# late summer sun
Temperatures to reach up to 26 degrees today in parts with plenty of sunshine
The recent spell of good weather is set to stick around until at least this weekend.
# Nice While it Lasted
Met Éireann forecasts rain for most of week
Showers already seen in parts of the country this morning will become more widespread.
# splitting the stones
Poll: When it's sunny in Ireland, do you wear sunscreen?
Met Éireann have forecasted a very nice day with 17 degrees in some parts of the country.
# Weather
UK provisionally records hottest March day in 53 years
Temperatures exceeded 24 degrees Celsius in parts of the UK today.
# Sunshine
Dry, settled and sunny weather on the horizon as high pressure set to build up
Met Éireann has said high pressure will build in towards Ireland during Friday.
# Sunshine
New research suggests Vitamin D can reduce severity of Covid-19 symptoms
Vitamin D is present in foods such as oily fish, cheese and egg yolks.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you wear sunscreen when it's sunny in Ireland?
The sun has been beating down recently.
# here comes the sun
It's going to be a mild, bright and dry few days ahead as temperatures to hit 18 degrees
Met Éireann says today will be dry and bright with sunny spells in all areas of the country.
# warm welcome
Temperatures are expected to reach 20 degrees this weekend
Met Éireann says that the south and east will see the best of this weekend’s weather.
# let the sunshine in
Temperatures expected to reach up to 24 degrees this weekend
Met Éireann said eastern counties will see more of the sun this weekend.
# August
Temperatures could hit 25 degrees today, but it'll be a mixed bag over the weekend
Sunshine, rain and spot flooding could all be on the cards this bank holiday weekend.
# Summer
'A few minutes can be fatal': Dog owners warned not to leave pets in parked cars on warm days
Temperatures of up to 20 degrees are forecast for the next week.
# Leaving Cert Weather
It's the first day of exams, but the sky is overcast (and the forecast isn't looking great)
This date last year year saw highs of 25 degrees.
# enjoy it while it lasts
It's another lovely day out there, but there's wetter weather on the way
Tomorrow will remain warm, with a mix of isolated showers and sunny spells.
# 30 Years On
The 1988 closedown: How a legal loophole led to an explosion in Irish pirate radio
“You had grown up guys, some crying”: Remembering the night the pirates called it a day.
# Yesssss
'It will be very hot': Temperatures set to hit high 20s next week
We won’t know ourselves.
# Swimsuit Season
7 of the best swimsuits on sale right now on ASOS
Summer style on the cheap.
# Rain Rain Go Away
Stick the barbecue back in the shed - rain is on the way this week
Rain is expected midweek.
# typical
Highs of 24 degrees as Leaving Cert exams start this week
There will be heavy and possibly thundery showers in places.
# Sunshine
Giving babies extra Vitamin D 'doesn't make their bones any stronger'
As many as 40% of Europeans do not get enough of the vitamin, which is naturally produced when the skin is exposed to sunlight.
# here comes the sun
Temperatures to reach 20 degrees over bank holiday weekend
Apart from the odd bit of drizzle over the weekend, forecasters say it will be mostly dry and bright.
# Heatwave
'Any excuse for a pint': A snapshot of Dublin city in the Spring sunshine
We took a short stroll around Dublin to see what effect the sunny weather is having.
# Is that the sun?
Spring has finally arrived in Ireland and we're already losing the run of ourselves
People can’t cope with not having to wear 3 coats to go to the shop.
# infernal sunshine
'The government's dithering on solar energy will cost the Irish taxpayer millions'
A new renewable energy support scheme is being developed to help Ireland avoid EU fines.
# Weather
Your Bank Holiday will be sunny - but there will also be plenty of rain
Tonight will be dry, misty and cold and the showers will continue into tomorrow.
# let the sunshine in
Temperatures of up to 23 degrees - and heavy showers - forecast this week
Today will be dry and warm with long spells of sunshine.
# lunch crunch
Poll: Do you prefer sunshine or rainy days?
Give it to us straight. Be honest.
# Piggy Bank
There's no money in Ireland's 'rainy day fund'
Because it doesn’t really exist yet.
# A MIXED BAG
Lashing rain and sunny spells of up to 24 degrees: the weather is to be 'very mixed' this week
We’re going to have four seasons in a week.
# let the sun shine
Sunshine on the way for the weekend with highs of 24 degrees
Cancel everything and get out the BBQ.
# Mixed Bag
Sunny spells disrupted by thundery downpours for bank holiday weekend
Top temperatures will reach 18 degrees today and tomorrow.
# ice cream weather
Highs of 25 degrees today and tomorrow but rain coming for the weekend
The weather looks set to turn on Saturday with heavy spells of rain during the morning.
# lunch crunch
Poll: When do you think summer starts?
Your daily bite-sized ballot break.
# get outside now
Enjoy the last day of this sunny spell - thundery downpours are on the way
The recent dry and fine weather is set to breakdown tomorrow.
# let the sun shine
Sunny weather looks set to stay until Thursday
However, the nights will be cold with a risk of grass frost in places.
# let the sun shine
Constant sunscreen use causes vitamin D deficiency, says study
The study found that spending 5–30 minutes in midday sun twice per week can maintaining healthy vitamin D levels.