Met Éireann is forecasting a dry day, with sunny spells in most areas at first, with just a few showers in the west and northwest.
Cloud will increase by afternoon and a few further showers will develop elsewhere.
By evening, patchy rain will push in along the southeast coast.
Top temperatures will range from 14°C to 18°C in moderate to fresh northerly winds, strong at times along coasts.
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