According to Met Éireann, there will be long spells of rain throughout the morning, but these will dry off later in the day.
Temperatures between 14 to 18 degrees, with moderate northerly winds.
The day will be mainly dry with good sunny spells. Highest temperatures between 15 and 18 degrees.
Rain in the north of the country, but mainly dry elsewhere, with temperatures slightly above average.
Thursday and Friday
The weather is expected to settle towards the end of the week, with sunny spells and warm temperatures.
In this week’s beef management notes, Adam Woods looks at summer scour in calves and also takes a look at the upcoming BDGP and BEAM deadlines.
Aidan Brennan looks at the level of meal and fertiliser being used on dairy farms and suggests there are ways to reduce it for the summer.
Grass growth rates are significantly exceeding stock demand, while swards are heading out faster with a lower leaf to stem ratio and creating challenges in maintaining quality grazing, writes Darren Carty.
Crops have moved quickly through heading and into flowering, making it time for final fungicides on most crops, writes Andy Doyle.