Today: Brightening in the late morning and afternoon, according to Met Éireann, as showers clear to the northwest and sunny spells developing.
Warm, with highest temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees and moderate east to southeast breezes.
Tonight: It will be mild, humid and misty. After a dry start, showers will move up over the country from the southeast. The national forecaster predicts lowest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees.
Tomorrow: Ulster and much of Leinster will be dry with sunny spells.
Heavy showers will affect Munster, Connacht and south Leinster says Met Éireann.
They will spread northwards through the afternoon. Highest temperatures of 13 to 15 degrees in Munster and reaching 17 or 18-degrees further north with light to moderate easterly breezes.
Wednesday: Further showers will occur on Wednesday night, some of them heavy and possibly thundery.
Lows of 5 to 7 degrees Celsius in light to moderate east to southeast winds, which will be fresh to strong along the south coast.
Thursday: Met Éireann predict showers or longer spells of rain with some heavy and thundery falls.
Variable cloud amounts with sunny spells. Maximum temperatures closer to the seasonal average at 11 to 15 degrees Celsius in light to moderate variable or Southeast winds which will be gusty at times.
Friday: Turning cooler and windy at times with further heavy rain or showers but some drier and brighter interludes too says our meteorological service.
Maximum temperatures ranging from around 9 to 12 degrees.
Nights will be cold with temperatures between 0 and 3 degrees giving a touch of grass frost.