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What is the weather looking like for this weekend?

PUBLISHED: 06:42 18 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:46 18 August 2018

Temperatures will continue to drop dramatically during the night Picture: ARCHANT

Temperatures will continue to drop dramatically during the night Picture: ARCHANT

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We’ve had a lovely start to the day and things are looking to stay the same with a dry morning and temperatures expected to range from 22-24C across the weekend.

Bits of cloud will be creeping as we head towards midday but they will give way to a healthy dollop of sunshine as we head into the afternoon.

The clouds will return and thicken heading into the evening peppered with small spots of rain but this should all clear by the time Sunday morning comes around.

Things will be dry and fairly sunny on Sunday with light drops of rain and cloud heading in from the west for the evening.

Temperatures will stay largely consistent as the new week begins with Monday bringing more light spatters of ran from the west before dry spells on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The rain and cold is likely to return for Thursday evening but there will be salvation on Friday with things expected to heat up.

Make sure you continue to check our website for more weather updates.

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