Ireland today: In the west, after a dry start, cloud and spells of showery rain will spread in through the day, heavy at times. Eastern areas will see a dry morning with hazy sunshine but cloud will thicken in the afternoon with patchy rain later. Fresh to strong south-easterly winds. Max temp 13-16C (55-61F).
Ireland tonight: During the evening, outbreaks of showery rain will continue to spread eastwards, heavy at times. The rain will then push away to be followed by clear spells and some scattered showers during the early hours. A brisk southerly wind. Min temp 6-9C (43-48F)
Ireland tomorrow: It will be a breezy but bright day with sunny spells. However, there will be a scattering of showers, most frequent across the north and west. The showers should ease later to give a largely dry and fine evening. Moderate south-westerly winds. Max temp 11-14C (52-57F)
Tuesday: It will be dry and bright across the south and east with sunny spells. However, the north-west looks to see thicker cloud with the odd spot of rain. Moderate to brisk southerly winds. Max temp 11-14C (52-57F)
Wednesday: High pressure is expected to bring dry and fine conditions with spells of hazy sunshine and patchy cloud. Gentle to moderate winds. Max temp 12-15C (54-59F)
Thursday: It looks to be another largely dry and fine day with spells of sunshine. However, the far west may see thicker cloud and the odd spot of rain. Gentle to moderate southerly winds. Max temp 13-16C (55-61F)
Friday: It looks to be mostly cloudy with spells of showery rain spreading eastwards through the day. There will be a light southerly wind. Max temp 12-15C (54-59F)