Mixed conditions will prevail across the country today, with outbreaks of rain forecast in some areas.
et Éireann said conditions will be variable with lots of cloud and some showers from prolonged rainy spells.
Temperatures will remain similar in the mid to high teens or low 20s but will be cooler starting Sunday.
There will be a mix of sunny spells and isolated showers this morning but will gradually be confined to the northwest.
While most areas will have a dry afternoon, it will become cloudier in the south with outbreaks of rain, then spread to the northeast as the evening progresses.
Highest temperatures range between 17°C and 22°C with light to moderate westerly to southwest winds.
Showery outbreaks of rain, mainly in the east, will dissipate over the night with drier conditions and clear spells spreading to all parts later in the night.
The lowest temperatures are between 8°C and 12°C with light to moderate south-west breezes.
After a mostly dry and sunny Wednesday morning, moderate south-west winds will pick up and bring some stormy showers from the west in the afternoon.
As the winds ease over the course of the evening, so will shower activity, which feels coolest in the west with highest temperatures between 16C and 21C.
Many areas will be dry with clear skies overnight, becoming cloudier in the west towards morning with patchy light rain and drizzle developing into morning, mainly in the Atlantic coastal areas.
The lowest temperatures are generally between 9°C and 13°C, with winds easing from a slight south-west overnight.
Clouds along with rain and drizzle will cover all parts from the west on Thursday morning.
There may be some intermittent sunshine in the south in the afternoon, but it will be a generally overcast, wet day, with heavier rain showers moving from the west into the evening.
The highest temperatures are between 15 ° C and 19 ° C with mostly moderate south-west breezes.
Outbursts of rain will gradually become clearer eastward early in the night, becoming brighter and patchier in the process.
Later it becomes mostly dry with clear periods and lowest temperatures between 9 °C and 13 °C with a light westerly breeze.
Friday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and only occasional sunbursts with highs between 15°C and 20°C with light to moderate westerly winds.
It will remain dry overnight with clear spells in the east, cloudier in the west with intermittent some patchy outbursts of rain on the western fringes.
The lowest temperatures are between 10°C and 14°C with light variable breezes.
https://www.independent.ie/news/met-eireann-forecasts-mixed-conditions-across-the-country-today-with-sunny-spells-and-outbreaks-of-rain-41930472.html Met Éireann is forecasting mixed conditions across the country today with sunny spells and outbreaks of rain