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Sun to show up just in time for school holidays!

AFTER a long and wet June, the weather seems to be on the verge of picking up just in time for the beginning of the school summer holidays. 
Children across the county will be looking forward to finishing up the school year, and hoping for some good weather throughout the holidays.  
In Fermanagh there are loads of different activities on the calendar to fill those long summer days for young and old including Cul Camps, Lady of the Lake festival, The shoreline Music Festival and various summer schemes – all of which will be more enjoyable with some sunshine.
The Met Office predicts that today (Wednesday) will be dry and fair weather with plenty of sunshine developing and some light winds and the maximum temperatures will be 21 degrees. 
Looking towards the end of the week, Thursday and Friday will be dry with plenty of sunshine lifting most well into 20’s Celsius. Tomorrow looks set to be the warmest day so far, but scattered showers will return on Saturday, but still warm and bright for many. 
The BBC is also forecasting good weather next week with very little rain predicted but it may be cloudy with temperatures reaching the high teens
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