Today: It will be dry in most places, with bright or sunny spells, according to Met Éireann, but a few scattered showers will develop, mainly in Atlantic coastal counties. It will be warm, with maximum temperatures of 20 to 24 Celsius, but a little cooler on some coasts, especially in the south and west. Winds mostly light, southerly or variable, with sea breezes developing.
Tonight: It will remain dry in many areas, but scattered outbreaks of showery rain will extend from the west, mainly affecting parts of Ulster, Connacht and west Munster. Patches of mist and fog also, in light south to southwest or variable breezes. Minimum temperatures 10 to 14 Celsius.
Tuesday: Our national forecaster predicts a mostly cloudy day, with scattered outbreaks of showery rain, persistent in some areas. However, they say that many areas will remain largely dry, with some bright or sunny spells, especially in Atlantic coastal areas. Still quite warm and humid, with maximum temperatures of 18 to 23 Celsius.
Tuesday night will be dry in most areas, with clear spells and light to moderate south-westerly winds, backing southerly, according to the meteorological service. Outbreaks of showery rain will develop in Atlantic coastal counties by morning in freshening southerly winds. Mild, with minimum temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius.
Wednesday: Met Éireann predicts that It will be cloudy, with outbreaks of rain extending eastwards across the country, turning persistent at times, with some heavy bursts, especially in Atlantic coastal counties in the afternoon and early evening. Dry spells at times elsewhere. Breezy, with moderate to fresh southerly winds.
Maximum temperatures 17 to 21 degrees, coolest in the southwest, west and north. On Wednesday night, the rain will clear eastwards and most areas will be dry, with clear spells, but a few scattered showers will follow, mainly in Atlantic coastal areas. Fresh, in a light to moderate west to southwest wind. Min. 9 to 12 Celsius.
Thursday: It is predicted to be dry in many areas, with sunny spells, but some scattered showers will occur, mainly in Ulster, Connacht and west Munster. Maximum temperatures16 to 20 or 21 Celsius, warmest in the east and south. Winds light to moderate, west to southwest.
On Thursday night, a spell of more persistent rain will extend from the southwest, but the northern half of the country it will remain largely dry until morning. Min. 10 to 14 Celsius, in light to moderate south or southeast winds.
Friday: Widespread rain for a time, giving way to brighter conditions during the day, with showers, according to Met Éireann. However, some of the showers will be heavy, with a risk of thunder. Maximum temperatures 17 to 22 Celsius warmest in the east and south, with light to moderate variable winds.