Met Éireann has said that Friday will be a dry and sunny day over most of the country.
However, it will be cloudier for a time in Ulster, with the chance of an isolated drizzle patch in the morning.
Highest temperatures will be 13°C in the north to 19°C in the south in light to moderate northwest winds.
Friday night will be largely dry with long clear spells, though it will be cloudier at times over Ulster.
A cool night, with lowest temperatures of 5°C to 8°C in a light northerly breeze.
Another dry day is in store for Saturday with spells of sunshine, though there will be isolated light showers in the north.
A rather warm day for much of the country, with highest temperatures of 16°C to 19°C generally, though it will be cooler in north Ulster in light to moderate northerly winds.
Saturday night will stay dry with clear spells.
Sunday will be mostly dry with sunny spells. However, Met Éireann has said there is the chance of a few light showers in the north and east.
Highest temperatures of 14°C to 18°C, though it will once again be cooler in north Ulster in moderate northeasterly winds.
It will become cloudier overnight on Sunday, with scattered light showers spreading from the north.
Lowest temperatures of 5°C to 9°C.
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