Mist and fog patches will clear this morning but cloud will gradually increase from the Atlantic, with rain and drizzle developing in coastal counties, according to Met Éireann. The rain will mostly affect Connacht, Ulster and West Munster while the rest of the country will remain mostly dry. Temperatures ranging between 14 and 20 degrees, warmest in the east.
It will be mild and humid in most areas tonight with a little patchy light rain or drizzle in places and some mist and fog in parts too in just light westerly breezes. Lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees Celsius.
A dry day in most areas can be expected, according to the national forecaster. It will be cloudy and misty at first with the odd spot of drizzle, but it will brighten up as the day progresses with spells of sunshine. Highest temperatures will range 14 to 21 degrees Celsius, best values in inland parts of the southeast.
The national meteorology department report that Wednesday will bring some rain and drizzle to the northern half of the country. This will clear throughout the day, however, giving way to a mostly dry day with some brighter spells. There will be little or no wind and temperatures will range between 16 and 22 degrees.
Thursday will be very warm and dry with sunny intervals. Met Éireann expect temperatures to reach as high as 25 degrees Celsius in moderate south to southeast breezes. It will remain dry overnight in most areas, but some rain and drizzle will develop in Connacht and West Munster.
The current forecast suggests that Friday will be dry in many areas, but rain will develop in Connacht and West Munster later in the day with a possibility of some heavy, thundery bursts. Temperatures will range between 17 and 23 degrees.