Today will start out cold and dry with some rain showers, becoming heavy at times, Met Éireann has forecast.
there will be some light here in the east, clouds will gather from the west, and there will be bursts of rain in the west throughout the morning, sometimes heavy, spreading east to all parts by evening.
It will be stormy with fresh to strong and gusty southerly winds, which weaken to the west during the rain break. The highest temperatures are between 7°C and 11°C.
Any sustained rain will ease in the east tonight while isolated showers spread across the western half of the country.
In the east it will mostly be dry and clear with lowest temperatures between 3°C and 6°C with a fresh and stormy west or south-west wind.
The national weather forecaster said changeable weather with rain or showers is expected most days and temperatures will be close to the seasonal norm.
Sunday will be bright and blustery with sunshine and scattered showers, some with hail, most common over the western half of the country.
Highest temperatures are generally between 6°C and 10°C with moderate to brisk westerly winds.
There will be some clear spells early in the night, with hints of grass frost possible in Ulster when temperatures drop to between 2°C and 5°C, but it will be milder in the south-west where rain builds up early will spread from the Atlantic at night.
The at times heavy rain and moderate to fresh south-east winds will spread across the country into the night.
Monday begins wet across the country, rain will gradually ease as the morning progresses from the southwest, although sunny spells and scattered showers will follow and may at times merge into longer rainy spells.
The highest temperatures are between 6 °C and 10 °C with mostly light to moderate west to south-west winds, which later turn strongly from the north-west in the south-west.
Some patchy frosts may develop on Monday evening when temperatures generally drop to between 0°C and 4°C.
After a cold and mostly dry start on Tuesday, clouds will spread from the southwest into the afternoon as light to moderate winds blow south before a band of rain spreads from the southwest into the evening.
Highest afternoon temperatures range between 6°C and 10°C, remaining coolest in the east.
The rain will clear up towards the northeast on Tuesday night, followed by clear spells and some showers. The lowest temperatures are between 3 °C and 6 °C with fresh south-west winds.
https://www.independent.ie/weather/ireland-weather-forecast-cold-temperatures-take-hold-as-scattered-showers-predicted-42156819.html Ireland Weather Forecast: Cold temperatures will prevail as Met Éireann forecasts scattered showers