This weekend is going to be very unsettled and changeable weather, according to Met Éireann.
Friday - It will be dry and bright in many areas with sunny spells and just isolated showers on Friday. Showers will he heaviest in the north of the country and also more frequent here. Top temperatures on Friday from 15 to 19 degrees, with light westerly breezes.
Friday night should remain dry with clear spells for the most past. Conditions will turn cloudy, bringing with it rain and drizzle, mainly in the west and south of the country. Minimum overnight temperatures ranging from 5 to 7 degrees Celsius in the north and slightly warmer elsewhere, from 9 to 14 degrees. It is expected to be mildest in the southwest.
Saturday - A cloudy and misty day forecast, with patchy rain and drizzle in the morning. Rain will become more persistent and will extend from the Atlantic during the afternoon and evening, some showers turning heavy. Hill and coastal fog expected also, with an overall warm and humid day. Maximum temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees Celsius. Winds will be moderate and southeasterly at first, before veering south to southwest and freshening along western and southern coasts. Further outbreaks of rain on Saturday night.
Sunday - It should remain quite warm and humid through Sunday, with rain forecast for eastern counties in the morning time. These will clear to bright spells and scattered showers, some turning heavy. Maximum temperatures on Sunday of 17 to 21 degrees Celsius in light variable breezes.