According to our friends at Met Éireann, Friday is going to be sunny to begin with, with some nice winter sunshine. There are a few showers promised, mostly over Ulster and Connacht. Winds will be northwest and moderate to fresh. Maximum temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees,
Friday night will again be dry, though there will be a few showers in the northwest earlier in the night. Heavier showers will develop towards the morning. It will be a cold one, with temperatures ranging from minus two to 2 degrees celsius, with frost and icy patches.
Saturday will be a cloudy one, mainly over northern counties, with some showers also. It will be dry mainly in the south, with some bright, sunny spells. Highest temperatures of between 5 to 9 degrees, with light to moderate westerly breezes Saturday night will be mainly cloudy, with drizzle in places. Temperatures will range from 3 to 6 degrees.
Sunday meanwhile, there will be rain, spreading eastwards across the country. This will clear as the evening progresses, with highest temperatures of 8 to 10 degrees, with moderate southwest winds. These will veer west to northwest and ease as rain clears. Sunday night will be a cold one, with frost in places and in the north in particular.