Friday will bring a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers, with highest temperatures of 14°C to 17°C with light or moderate northwest breezes, Met Éireann has said.
It will be largely dry and clear, with light isolated showers. It will be a chilly night, with lowest temperatures of 3°C to 7°C.
Scattered showers are forecast on Saturday, but it will be mostly dry with sunny spells.
It will be another fresh day, with highest temperatures of 14°C to 17°C, Met Éireann said.
Saturday night is forecast to be dry and cool, with light northwest winds and it will turn cloudier overnight.
There will be lows of 3°C to 7°C.
Sunday is forecast to be a cloudier day, with scattered showers and highest temperatures of 14°C to 17°C.
Met Éireann said it will turn breezy later in the day, with moderate to fresh westerly winds developing and a spell of rain is forecast during Sunday night.
Overnight lows will range between 8°C and 11°C.
Next Monday is forecast to be showery, with some bright intervals and it will feel chilly with highs of 13°C to 16° in a brisk northwest wind.
Temperatures are to remain a little lower than the seasonal norm heading into midweek, with further showers in a northerly airflow.
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