Met Éireann has said that it will be rather cloudy at first on Saturday, with patches of light rain or drizzle, mainly affecting the western half of the country.
Cloud is forecast to start to break later in the morning, with spells of sunshine for the afternoon and evening.
However, Atlantic coastal areas will remain quite dull and damp.
It looks set to be a humid day, with top temperatures ranging from 16°C to 20°C in light to moderate southwesterly breezes.
In the newsThere is a mixed bag of weather ahead for the weekend, with showers, sunshine and highs of 20°C.Minister warning to holiday-makers over African swine fever: “Don’t bring back your sandwich; don’t bring back your salami.”A man in his 60s has died following an accident on a farm in Aughnacliffe, Co Longford.Just 207t of skimmed milk powder (SMP) remains in the EU’s intervention measure.And Irish citizens are being asked to report sightings of bees in a nationwide online survey.
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