Last week's sunny days are going to give way to some cooler, colder weather this week with frost on the way. Our friends at Met Eireann have the full report:
A locally damp start to Monday but quickly brightening up with spells of sunshine developing. A bright and breezy day following, but with showers gradually becoming widespread. The showers will be most frequent across Atlantic coastal counties, with the risk of hail and thunder, even some wintry falls on higher ground here. Further east shower activity should hold off till later in the afternoon. A cooler day, with highest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees, in fresh and gusty westerly winds.
Tuesday: Frost in many places at first. Then a cold showery day with many of the showers turning wintry on the higher ground. Highest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees. Mainly dry and clear overnight but cold with a severe frost. Lowest temperatures of 0 to -4 degrees.
Wednesday: A bright and frosty morning for much of the country. Some rain will develop in eastern counties during the day but many places will remain dry. Cold again overnight with rain in places,
Thursday: Occasional rain during Thursday along eastern and northern counties as northeasterly winds develop over Ireland. Much of the western half of the country will be dry.
Friday /Weekend: Mainly dry.