Wear sunscreen as temperatures are set to hit 20C today before returning to cooler conditions in the coming week.
et Éireann have forecast conditions to become unsettled from Monday with a mix of rain and squalls.
It will be cloudier today in the western half of the country, with scattered light rain or drizzle developing.
However, it remains dry in the east, with sunny spells becoming hazy at times. Highest temperatures between 14°C and 20°C, coolest under cloudy skies in the west and south-west, with light to moderate southerly winds.
It will become cloudier tonight with isolated showers forming, later becoming more persistent and heavier in the west and northwest.
It will be windy overnight as light to moderate southerly winds increase moderate to fresh, occasionally strong. The night will be mild with low temperatures between 9°C and 12°C.
Rain is set to fall in the west and northwest on Monday, spreading to the rest of the country in the morning and early afternoon and becoming heavy at times.
Rain will ease from most areas by evening but may linger in the south-east and will be followed by sunny spells and scattered showers.
Some of the showers later will be heavy, especially in the northwest. It will be windy with a moderate to fresh south wind, occasionally strong with maximum temperatures between 13°C and 17°C.
Monday evening will be characterized by clear spells and scattered showers, with rain easing early in the night from the south-east.
Southwest winds are mostly light to moderate but become fresh at times in the Northwest with lowest temperatures between 7°C and 10°C.
Tuesday will be breezy with sunny spells and scattered blustery showers.
In the course of the evening the showers will become sporadic and cloud cover will increase in the north-west.
The highest temperatures are between 11°C and 16°C, mildest in the south-east, with fresh and gusty south-west winds.
A band of showers will move into the northwest early Tuesday evening and will be heavy at times, but will dissipate over the night.
Elsewhere it will be dry with clear spells but rain may move into the southern coastal areas by morning.
Lowest temperatures are between 6°C and 10°C with moderate to fresh southwesterly winds becoming weak overnight.
Some uncertainty is forecast for Wednesday, but for now it looks like rain will affect southern areas with some sunbursts and isolated showers further north.
The highest temperatures are between 11 °C and 16 °C, with light south-west to west winds from the north-west.
Wednesday night will be dry with clear spells, but will later become cloudier in the west.
It will be colder than the last few nights with the lowest temperatures between 4°C and 7°C. Light west to north-west winds, later coming from the south-west.
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