This weekend is going to be mild and dry for the most part, with some cloudy periods also, according to Met Éireann.
Friday - Expect some sunshine in the morning on Friday, though cloudy cover will increase from the south as the morning progresses. There will be isolated patches of drizzle falling in the southern coastal counties, though it will remain dry for the most part. Winds, southerly in direction, will be moderate inland and fresh along the coast. Highest temperatures on the day of 11 to 14 degrees Celsius.
Friday night - It will be mainly dry overnight, with some scattered patches of drizzle and mist expected. It is going to be very mild for the time of year, with temperatures ranging from 10 to 11 degrees Celsius. It will be breezy overnight with winds, southeasterly in direction, fresh and gusty.
Saturday - A misty and cloudy start to Saturday, though it will brighten up in the east of the country by the afternoon time, with some sunny spells in places. Highest temperatures on the day of 11 to 13 degrees, with moderate to fresh winds varying in direction from southeasterly to easterly.
Overnight on Saturday it is expected to remain cool and dry with some clear spells. Lowest temperatures of 3 to 6 degrees.
Sunday - Early indications suggest that Sunday will be a much drier and brighter day, with sunny spells developing in places at times. Afternoon temperatures will range from 9 to 11 degrees Celsius and although these are normal values for the time of the year, it will feel a bit cooler due to easterly breezes.
It is expected to be cold overnight on Sunday, with temperatures ranging from 2 to 5 degrees and grass frost forming in places.
Next Week - Current indications suggest next week will start off breezy and cold, with the odd shower and fresh easterly winds.