Met Éireann forecasts a cool, breezy and showery day for Friday. It will begin rather cloudy, with scattered showers, and will tend to brighten from the west later in the day, with sunny spells developing. Highest temperatures of 14°C to 17°C.
Remaining showers will die out on Friday night, with long clear spells developing. Lows of 7°C to 10°C.
Saturday will start out a mostly sunny day, which will give way to cloudier conditions in the afternoon. It will remain a largely dry day, with isolated showers and moderate northwest winds. Cool for this time of year, with highs of 13°C to 16°C.
By night, Saturday will remain largely dry and clear, with lowest temperatures of 5°C to 9°C.
Sunday will remain dry with a mix of cloud and sunny spells, with the odd light shower possible. Winds will be mainly light, variable in direction, with top temperatures of 14°C to 16°C.
Sunday night will be dry, with variable cloud amounts thickening from the west. Lowest temperatures of 7°C to 11°C.
The week ahead appears to start out mainly dry and cloudy, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle pushing over the south of the country.
Mid-week will be a little milder than previous days, with highs of 15°C to 18°C.
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