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What will the weather be like for Valentine's Day? Met Eireann predicts sunny day with 13C temperatures

Irish Mirror logoIrish Mirror 12/02/2019 William Dunne

Met Eireann is forecasting temperatures of up to 13C on what is expected to be a mainly dry day. © getty Met Eireann is forecasting temperatures of up to 13C on what is expected to be a mainly dry day. The sun is to shine this Valentine's Day as Thursday is to be the the warmest day in a very mild spring week.

Met Eireann is forecasting temperatures of up to 13C on what is expected to be a mainly dry day.

A spokesperson said: "Thursday will see the best of any sunshine developing with mainly dry conditions continuing.

"Temperatures once again between 11 and 13 degrees with a moderate to fresh southerly wind."

Friday is to be as warm during the day but the weather chiefs are predicting a frosty night.

a group of people in a park: It'll be a warm week for this time of year © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited It'll be a warm week for this time of year Temperatures of up to 13C are to be recorded on Friday, but it is to rain.

A spokesperson added: "On Friday the progress of a cold front will bring freshening winds for a time and thickening cloud will bring rain. The winds will veer westerly and ease with the clearing rain.

"Temperatures will be 11 to 13 again in the day but on Friday night there'll be a frost likely as skies clear.

"The further outlook in to next weekend sees a return of the southerly winds but temperatures will fall back a degree or two to closer to normal for the time of year.

"There'll be some rain at times but a good deal of dry weather."

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