Any lingering showers will clear early tonight and it will become dry into Tuesday morning.
Met Éireann is predicting a cold night, with clear spells and lowest temperatures of 1°C to 6°C.
It will be coldest in the north, where a little grass frost may form.
Tuesday morning will see some bright or sunny spells developing.
By late morning, a few scattered showers will appear, some of which will turn heavy in the afternoon.
Highest temperatures generally 13°C to 18°C, coolest in Ulster, but under any prolonged spells of sunshine temperatures possibly touching into the early 20s in the southwest.
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