Patches of fog and frost will be slow to lift this morning, according to Met Éireann.
Temperatures will range between 6 to 9 degrees this afternoon, dropping between +1 to +4 tonight – coldest in the north.
Cloud will thicken in the west this evening, bringing outbreaks of rain on the west coast before spreading into Connacht and Munster.
Tuesday – Outbreaks of rain will move eastwards over the country, arriving in the east through the afternoon.
The national forecaster predicts that mainly dry and sunny weather will follow into the west, with some showers set to descend upon the west coast.
Temperatures will reach 7 to 11 degrees tomorrow afternoon and will range from -1 to +3 tomorrow night.
There is a “possibility of snow” on the tops of the Wicklow mountains tomorrow night, with outbreaks of rain expected in the east and south-east.
Showers will fall in the south and south-west, with drier conditions elsewhere. Temperatures will be in the region of +1 to +3 – slightly higher in the south-west.
Wednesday – Met Éireann outlined that the unsettled weather will continue, with modern to fresh south-east winds set to become strong at coasts and highs of 8 to 10 degrees.
Nights “should be” frost-free, with rain and showers at times.
Thursday – Sunny spells and scattered showers are in store, according to Met Éireann who stated that temperatures will remain low.
Friday – There will be more persistent rain in the south and east, with showers elsewhere.