Rain will impact much of Leinster today, with a risk of spot flooding in eastern areas due to heavy falls, according to Met Éireann.
Occasional showers are expected elsewhere, with a few sunny spells; highs of 8 to 11 C.
Outbreaks of rain will continue in eastern coastal counties for a period tonight, with drier conditions elsewhere; lows of 3 to 7 degrees.
Tuesday – Rain along parts of the east coast will clear, to leave a large dry day countrywide, the national forecaster outlined.
Many places will experience sunny spells, however, cloudy conditions will prevail near the east coast before increasing over the eastern half of the country later on.
Temperatures will reach between 8 to 11 degrees, dropping between 0 to 4 degrees tomorrow night with some frost.
It will be dry in most places tomorrow night, with isolated showers set to descend upon Atlantic coastal counties. Patchy rain and drizzle will arrive in the west by dawn.
Wednesday – The national forecaster predicts that outbreaks of rain in the west will gradually extend eastwards over the country towards the course of the day. Heavy and possibly thundery falls are expected.
Temperatures will range from 6 to 9 degrees and will reach 10 to 11 degrees in southern and south-western coastal counties.
There will be outbreaks of rain on Wednesday night with mist or fog patches in the north and midlands; lows of 0 to 4 degrees.
Thursday – Showers or longer spells of rain with hail is possible, according to Met Éireann.
There will be drier and brighter intervals at times with highs of 6 to 9 degrees. It will turn frosty on Thursday night.
Friday – Dry and clear with good sunny periods, although the national forecaster has warned that it will be rather chilly.
Temperatures look likely to be in the region of 6 to 9 degrees Celsius.