According to the latest forecast from Met Éireann, scattered showers will continue tonight but become isolated towards morning over the east. There will be good clear spells and lowest temperatures will fall to between 6 to 9°C in mostly light west to southwest breezes.

Friday will be mostly dry with some sunny spells but scattered showers will continue to affect the west and north, with a few heavy showers in the north. Top temperatures of 15 to 20°C, warmest in the south and winds will be light to moderate westerly.

Overall, the changeable and unsettled weather is set to continue.

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