Ireland today

Once any early patches of mist and fog clear from Leinster and Ulster, it will be a fine and dry morning with lots of sunshine for most of the country. A few patches of cloud are possible in the south. Dry, warm and sunny in the afternoon. Moderate south-easterly winds.

Max temp: 17-20°C (63-68°F)

Ireland tonight

The evening will be dry with clear skies and few, if any, clouds across the country. It will remain dry and clear through the night, although south-easterly winds will strengthen through the night. The odd shower cannot be ruled out later in south-west Munster.

Min temp: 9-12°C (48-54°F)

Ireland tomorrow

It will be dry and sunny in the morning for most, although showers or longer spells of rain are expected,these heading north-east. Some showers may be thundery.

Max temp: 18-21°C (64-70°F)

Sunday

It will be mostly cloudy with a band of rain pushing north and east across Ireland, and increasing bright or sunny spells developing for western areas. Gentle south-westerly winds.

Max temp: 15-18°C (59-64°F)

Monday

After a bright start in the north and east, it will become mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain pushing in from the west, which are likely to persist after noon. Brisk southerly winds.

Max temp: 15-18°C (59-64°F)

Tuesday

It will be cloudy with outbreaks of heavy rain during the morning, some of which could be heavy in the south. It will be bright in the afternoon but there will also be scattered showers moving into western areas. Brisk south-westerly winds.

Max temp: 14-17°C (57-63°F)

Wednesday

It will be mostly cloudy in the morning with a few bright spells in the east and one or two spots of rain in the west. Overcast with heavy rain across the country in the afternoon.

Max temp: 14-17°C (57-63°F)