Sunny spells and scattered showers will prevail earlier than a wet weekend takes maintain.
There shall be mist and fog early on Wednesday morning earlier than it clears to make manner for sunshine and uncommon bursts of rain.
Temperatures shall be between 12 and 16 levels on Wednesday.
The Met Eireann forecast reads: “Mist and fog will clear tomorrow morning leaving most areas dry with sunny spells and just a slight chance of a stray shower.
“It will turn into cloudier in western areas via the day, bringing patchy drizzle to coastal elements. Highest temperatures of 12 to 16 levels in a lightweight to average south to southeast breeze.”
The forecast for the rest of the week is below:
A largely dry night with a mix of cloud and clear spells. Cloudiest in the west and southwest where there will be patchy light rain or drizzle near the coast. Lowest air temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees with light southeasterly breezes, winds fresh near the southwest coast.
Thursday will bring well scattered showers and good sunny spells. Chance of drizzle in the far southwest. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees with a moderate easterly breeze.
Thursday night will become dry Thursday evening for a mostly clear night. Lowest air temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees with moderate easterly winds.
A breezy day with variable cloud cover and some bright periods. Well scattered showers will feed westwards across the country in moderate to fresh easterly winds. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees. Showers will become isolated on Friday night with long clear spells developing and lows of 5 to 8 degrees.
Rather cloudy with a mix of showers and some bright spells. Highs of 13 to 15 degrees. Moderate northeast breezes will be fresh at times.
Current indications showing that Sunday will have further showers moving in from the Irish Sea, with some sunny spells. There is a chance that longer spells of rain could affect the south or east. Highs of 12 to 15 degrees in mainly light easterly winds.
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