Monday will be dry, with bright spells or hazy sunshine in the east at first. Cloud will increase from the west with perhaps a few spots of drizzle along Atlantic coastal counties, according to Met Eireann. Top temperatures of 8-11C°. Light southerly breezes will increase moderately in the west during the afternoon.
Monday night will be mostly dry, with some clear spells in the east, but cloudy further west with patchy rain or drizzle. Southerly winds will increase moderate to fresh, but strong along Atlantic coastal fringes.
Tuesday will be mostly dull or cloudy, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle in the west at first, spreading further eastwards during the afternoon. Turning milder than of late, with top temperatures of 11-13°C in moderate to fresh southerly breezes. Tuesday night will be cloudy and misty, with further outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Frost-free as temperatures fall no lower than 6-8°C in moderate southerly winds.
Wednesday will be mostly dry, with some bright or sunny spells, but staying dull and cloudy with patchy drizzle or drizzle in the south and west. Top temperatures of 10-13°C in a fresh southerly breeze. Largely dry overnight and frost free, with lowest temperatures of 6-8°C.
Thursday will be mostly dry with some sunny spells. Friday will start mostly dry, but outbreaks of rain are likely to push into the west and spread eastwards later.
Twelve cows and 13 calves so far in Newford Farm
Lots of grass so dry cows out in Kilkenny