Patchy fog will gradually clear this morning, with some brighter spells expected, according to Met Éireann.
Rain impacting parts of the south and south-west will spread up over the country during the day, with some heavy falls likely; scattered heavy showers are expected in Munster later in the day.
Further rain and showers on the cards tonight with lows of 7 to 11 degrees with some mist and fog.
It has issued two rainfall warnings - further information can be found here.
Tuesday — Met Éireann is predicting that Tuesday will be rather cloudy, damp and blustery with patchy rain and drizzle.
Brighter, clearer and mainly dry conditions will extend from the west and north-west during the morning.
Temperatures will range from 12 to 15 degrees, dropping between 2 and 6 degrees on Tuesday tonight.
There will be mist and fog patches, although it will be mainly dry, apart from an occasional coastal shower in the north.
Wednesday — Mist and fog patches will slowly clear, giving rise to bright or sunny spells. It will be a rather cool, with highs of 11 to 14 degrees.
Temperatures will fall to 4 to 9 degrees by night with cloud set to increase from the Atlantic, bringing a little drizzle to western parts by morning.
Thursday — Met Éireann has warned that Lorenzo — which is currently predicted to be a tropic storm — is likely to be in the vicinity.
“It’s exact track and central pressure is very uncertain as is the timing. It is possible it could track to the west of Ireland.”
The Irish National Meteorological Service outlined that it will become milder due to the influence of the tropical origin air.
It said that it is closely monitoring the risk of severe weather, Lorenzo’s progress and any potential impacts for Ireland.