Stormy conditions will abate this afternoon, following damaging gusts and spot flooding associated with Storm Lorenzo, according to Met Éireann. Most areas will become dry this afternoon, with winds set to ease.
Many areas will be dry tonight, although outbreaks and rain - mainly affecting hills and west coasts - are expected.
Winds will become strong on southerly-west coasts; lows of 9 to 11 degrees.
Saturday – Met Éireann is predicting that it will be mainly dry and cloudy, although outbreaks of rain will arrive early into the west.
These will spread eastwards and will turn heavy, with a risk of spot flooding; temperatures will reach between 15 to 19 degrees.
“It will start to clear the west coast by the time it arrives in the east.” the Irish National Meteorological Service outlined.
It looks set to be mainly dry tomorrow night with isolated showers “a little more frequent” around western to coastal areas.
Temperatures will fall to 9 to 10 degrees as winds are set to become mainly light to modern, westerly in direction with misty conditions.
Sunday – It will be a dry day with mist set to clear early, giving rise to sunshine in light winds with highs of 15 to 17 degrees.
Another spell of rain will descend upon the country on Sunday night – showers will be heavy, with more spot flooding.