Dry weather with sunny spells forecasted for this weekend as temperatures to hit 24 degrees
Met Éireann says there will be "long spells of sunshine" today.
People can expect mainly dry weather with sunny spells this weekend, according to Met Éireann.
The weather forecaster says that on Saturday morning, mist and fog will gradually clear from most areas to give "a dry day with long spells of sunshine".
That said, there will be some patchy cloud over Ulster, while mist and low cloud will linger along some coasts throughout the day.
Temperatures will range from 19 to 24 degrees and will be warmest across western counties.
Sunday will also be a mainly dry day with sunny spells developing once any lingering mist and fog clears in the morning.
Met Éireann says it will be a little cloudier though, with the best of the sunshine in the south.
Temperatures are to hit 17 degrees in the north and 23 degrees in the south in a light breeze.
The good weather looks to be staying around into next week, according to the national weather forecaster.
Its outlook for the week ahead reads: "Staying settled next week with mainly dry conditions and sunny spells.
"Temperatures will be closer to normal, generally in the high teens or low twenties."