It will be mainly dry with some scattered showers, becoming heavier over parts of Ulster and north Leinster throughout the day, according to Met Éireann.
Rain will push southwards throughout the day.
Temperatures between 12°C and 15°C.
More rain and cloud is expected to continue to clear southwards. This will turn into sunny spell broken up by thundery showers.
Highest temperatures will range from 11°C to 15°C.
The day will be punctuated with more heavy, thundery showers which will become widespread by the afternoon.
Highest temperatures will be between 12°C and 15°C.
The recent dry spell has helped get work up to date but now crops need a period of kind growth weather to enable them to build their yield potential, writes Andy Doyle.
Suckler farmers should make an effort to get on top of dehorning in spring-calving herds, writes Kieran Mailey.
Aidan Brennan advises farmers against using blanket progesterone treatment during the breeding season.
Another week of low growth is creating numerous challenges at farm level, with lamb performance starting to suffer and issues such as mastitis and grass tetany in ewes and orf in lambs, writes Darren Carty.