There will be intermittent rain spells throughout today (Monday, June 22nd) with drier breaks set to develop at times, according to Met Éireann.
Rain will turn heavy and persistent over Connacht and west Ulster during the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures will be in the region of 16 to 19 degrees, with blustery, southerly winds, easing for a period in the west of the country.
Similar conditions tonight with rain and drizzle and lows of 11 to 14 degrees; mist and fog expected on hills.
Tuesday (June 23rd) – Further spells of rain, although it will be drier and brighter in north-western and south-eastern parts, the national forecaster outlined.
Further outbreaks expected tomorrow night with lowest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees.
Wednesday – Met Éireann outlined that there will be further patchy light rain and drizzle in places, but “a lot of dry weather” with highs of 17 to 21 degrees.
There will be cloud and mist in places, with some bright spells expected in parts also.
Thursday – Warmer conditions with sunny spells are expected along with slightly higher temperatures of 18 to 25 degrees.
The national forecaster has warned that mainly dry, but a few isolated heavy showers are possible late in the day.
Friday – Thursday night and Friday will see heavy or thundery showers move in from the south, with sunny spells expected by day.