It will be blustery today (Monday, October 19th), with outbreaks of rain to spread northwards across the country, according to Met Éireann.
Heavy rain is expected in some areas with a risk of local flooding as a number of counties are placed under status yellow rainfall warnings.
Temperatures will reach 12 to 15 degrees before dropping between 10 to 13 degrees later tonight.
Spells of heavy rain will continue tonight with a risk of local flooding. Rain will turn more showery in nature later tonight with clear spells to develop.
It will be windy with showery outbreaks of rain to extend across the country, the national forecaster warned.
There will be some drier spells at times, especially across the northern half of the country during the morning.
There will be further heavy downpours in the afternoon with isolated thunderstorms and a risk of local flooding.
Temperatures will reach between 11 to 14 degrees with lows of 7 to 10 degrees tomorrow night.
Drier conditions are set to develop in many areas on Tuesday night, with showery outbreaks of rain to continue in parts of the west and north.
The national forecaster has predicted that it will be a rather mixed day, with scattered showers. Temperatures will be in the region of 12 to 14 degrees with light cyclonic variable winds.
There will be some showers overnight with dry and clear spells; temperatures will dip to 1 to 5 degrees with frost possible in southern parts.
Met Éireann outlined that it will be a mostly dry day with good spells of sunshine and occasional showers.
Cloud will increase from the west later in the day with highs of 10 to 13 degrees.
It will be mostly dry across the country on Thursday night with a band of rain to push in from the Atlantic, spreading eastwards overnight.
Further outbreaks of rain clearing into the Irish Sea early in the morning will give rise to a bright day with sunny spells and scattered showers.