Sunny spells and scattered showers for the rest of this afternoon and for this evening, the showers heaviest and most frequent across the north of the country.
Tonight, isolated showers will affect northwest and west coasts but elsewhere will be dry with broken cloud. Light, westerly breezes will persist and temperatures will fall to 11or 12 degrees.
On Monday morning, showers will spread eastwards to affect many areas, although the southeast will stay largely dry. The showers are likely to become prolonged in Connacht and Ulster during the middle of the day but conditions will improve generally going in to the evening, with showers becoming isolated and sunny intervals developing. Winds will be light to moderate, westerly and temperatures will rise to between 15 and 20 degrees.
3 Day Outlook
The weather this week will continue mixed with an airflow over Ireland from the Atlantic feeding in cloudy spells and some outbreaks of rain. There will be some warm sunny spells also.
Tuesday and Wednesday: Some sunny spells but mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain. Highest temperatures of 19 to 21 degrees over Munster and Leinster in fresh southwesterly winds; 15 to 18 degrees over Connacht and Ulster in moderate westerly breezes.
Thursday: Mild and humid and mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain. Fog patches also. Highest temperatures 18 to 22 degrees in moderate to fresh southwesterly winds. Some warm sunny spells breaking through.
Friday: Sunny spells and well scattered showers. Possibly quite a fresh day with highest temperatures in the mid to high teens.