Heavy showers will continue today, especially across central and southern parts of the county, according to Met Éireann.
Some showers will be potentially prolonged with hail and thunder possible with highs of 10 to 13 degrees.
Rain will continue to fall in parts of Leinster and east Ulster tonight, with drier, clearer interval to prevail elsewhere; lows of 4 to 7 degrees.
Showers look likely to feed into west Connacht and west Munster overnight.
Saturday – Met Éireann predicts that Saturday will bring a mix of rain and sunny spells, with showers expected to feed in off the Irish Sea.
“It could be quite a wet day along parts of east Leinster and east Ulster coasts,” it warned.
Many areas will be dry on Saturday night and while there will be clear spells, there is a continued risk of scattered showers near Irish sea-coasts.
Temperatures will range from 11 to 13 degrees, during the day and will drop between 5 to 8 degrees on Saturday night.
Sunday – The national forecaster said that most parts of Leinster are at risk of showers – some of which will be heavy.
It will be a dry day elsewhere, with “long spells of autumnal sunshine”.
Temperatures are set to reach between 10 to 13 degrees during the day and will fall between 0 to 5 degrees with frost in near calm conditions.