Today: Scattered showers in the west will become a bit more widespread through the course of the afternoon but many places will continue largely dry, according to Met Éireann. Highest temperatures of 18 to 23 degrees, warmest in the east and southeast. Moderate southwest winds will ease later with fairly widespread sunshine to end the day.
Dry and calm overnight, and feeling fresher as compared to recent nights too, with lowest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees Celsius.
Tomorrow: Most places holding fully dry on Saturday with sunny spells. The national forecaster predicts that well-scattered showers will mainly affect the west and southwest. Highest temperatures 17 to 21 - 22 degrees, again warmest in the east and southeast.
Sunday: We will see sunny spells for much of the country and just isolated showers are forecast. Later in the day, a spell of rain is likely to develop over Ulster. Met Éireann predicts highest temperatures of 16 to 21 degrees with isolated showers overnight, otherwise dry. Minimum temperatures 10 to 14 degrees.
Monday: It is looking mainly dry as well with sunny intervals and just the chance of some rain in the south and isolated showers elsewhere. Current indications are that the weather will stay a bit changeable with temperatures around normal for the time of year.