Grab your umbrella as unsettled conditions will continue for most of the day and heavy downpours are forecast.
et Éireann have forecast a mix of rain and stormy conditions over the coming week, with temperatures falling slightly back to the mid teens.
It will be a windy day today with rain spreading east across the country in the morning and afternoon, becoming heavy at times and lingering in the southeast until evening.
The rain will be followed by a series of showers and some will be heavy, particularly in northern areas.
There will be some sunny spells in the west and northwest in the late evening once the showers roll through.
It will be a stormy day with moderate to fresh and gusty southerly winds, which will increase sharply at times with maximum temperatures of 13°C to 17°C.
Any sustained rain in the Southeast will stop early tonight, and elsewhere there will be clear spells and scattered showers, some heavy.
South to south-west winds are generally light to moderate but become fresher at times in the west and north-west with lowest temperatures between 7°C and 11°C.
Tuesday will be breezy with sunny spells and scattered stormy showers that are at times heavy.
The highest temperatures are between 12 °C and 16 °C, mildest in the south-east, with fresh to strong and gusty south-west winds.
Tuesday night will be windy with clear spells and scattered showers, most common in the northwest.
Winds will ease overnight and showers will be scattered, however clouds will increase in the south and rain will move to the southern coastal areas.
Lowest temperatures are between 7°C and 11°C with fresh and gusty southwest winds easing light to moderate by morning.
Any rain in the south and south-east will ease on Wednesday morning, otherwise there will be sunny spells and scattered showers.
The showers are most common over the northern half of the country, with highest temperatures between 11°C and 16°C, mildest in the south-east, with mostly moderate west to north-west breezes.
There will be clear spells and scattered showers early Wednesday evening, but becoming cloudier overnight with patchy light rain in the west and northwest coastal parts.
Lowest temperatures between 5°C and 9°C with light west to south-west winds.
Thursday will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers in the west and north but otherwise mostly dry with highs between 11°C and 14°C with a moderate south-west breeze.
On Thursday night it will remain mostly cloudy with isolated rain showers in the west and north-west, but otherwise dry with low temperatures between 7°C and 10°C with a moderate south-west breeze.
https://www.independent.ie/weather/met-eireann-forecast-unwelcome-change-as-blustery-and-wet-conditions-expected-41629665.html Met Weather Forecast for Éireann: Ireland is expecting an undesirable change as blustery and wet conditions are expected