Today will see sunny spells and scattered showers across the country with highs of 22C.
et Éireann have forecast conditions to be quite changeable this week, with showers most days, while temperatures remain around normal.
This morning it will be overcast with scattered rain or drizzle, at times heavy. The rain will taper off to the northeast over the course of the morning.
The highest temperatures are between 17 °C and 22 °C, warmest in the south-east. Light to moderate southerly winds turn west.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with patchy rain developing in the west and spreading further east overnight.
Most of the east remains dry, becoming mild again with temperatures generally not falling below 13°C to 16°C.
With a light south-west breeze, some wafts of fog and mist will form.
After a rather cloudy start, good sunny spells will develop on Tuesday. There will be scattered showers but most areas will have a dry afternoon.
In the afternoon it will be cloudy in the south, from the early evening rain is likely to move over Münster from the south-west.
The maximum temperatures are between 17°C and 22°C with mostly light westerly winds.
It will be cloudy overnight with rain showers, possibly heavy in parts with lowest temperatures between 10C and 14C, mildest in the south-east.
Moderate south-west winds will develop overnight.
Wednesday will see good sunshine with some passing showers mainly in the north and west, with mostly dry conditions elsewhere.
Highest temperatures range from 16°C to 21°C, warmest in the south-east with moderate westerly winds, possibly fresh to strong in the west and north-west.
Many areas will be dry overnight with clear skies, although scattered showers will persist in the Atlantic coastal districts with lowest temperatures generally between 9C and 12C, with winds easing.
Thursday begins mostly dry with sunny spells and a few scattered showers.
In the afternoon or evening it will be cloudy with scattered showers moving west-northwest, timing uncertain.
Highest temperatures are generally between 16°C and 21°C with moderate south-west breezes.
Bursts of rain will spread eastward Thursday night, becoming more patchy with lowest temperatures between 11C and 14C.
Friday currently promises a lot of dry weather with only a few isolated showers.
There will be a mix of clouds and occasional sunshine with highs of 15C to 19C.
https://www.independent.ie/news/met-eireann-forecasts-sunny-spells-and-scattered-showers-ahead-of-changeable-week-41927673.html Met Éireann weather forecast Ireland: Sunny periods and isolated showers before a changeable week