Friday will start off cloudy, with showery spells. However, it will brighten up in the afternoon and evening with some sunshine, Met Éireann has said.
There may be some further rain falling in Munster and Leinster, with the most rainfall occurring in the south and west.
Some localised flooding may occur in these areas.
Highest temperatures will range between 11°C to 15°C, with coolest temperatures being felt in the north.
Saturday will be a drier day overall, with only a scattering of showers. Winds will be mostly moderate and from the west to northwest.
Cloud will build from the west, spreading rainfall eastwards on Saturday night.
It will be a cool day, with highest temperatures of 9°C to 12°C.
Rain will clear away eastwards into the Irish Sea on Sunday morning. Sunshine and showers will follow, some of which may be heavy.
There is a chance of some thunderstorms, Met Éireann added. There will be mainly moderate, but occasionally gusty, south-westerly winds.
Highest temperatures will vary between 10°C and 13°C.
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