Mostly dry, sunny weather on the cards for next few days as temperatures to hit low 20s
However, wet weather looks set to return later in the weekend.
Met Éireann has said mostly dry and sunny weather is on the cards for the next few days as temperatures will be in the high teens or low 20s.
Tuesday will be mainly dry and cloudy in the morning, with just the chance of a little drizzle at times.
Brighter conditions with some hazy sunny spells will develop through the day, the best of which will be across Connacht and Ulster.
Temperatures will range from 15 to 19 degrees and will be coolest in the east.
It will then be mostly cloudy to start on Wednesday with isolated patches of drizzle.
Cloud cover will become more variable during the afternoon with some sunny spells developing; temperatures between 15 to 19 degrees are predicted in moderate winds.
Thursday will be generally dry again, with just isolated patches of drizzle.
There will be variable cloud cover, with some sunny spells at times - the best of which will be in the northwest.
Temperatures will range from 16 to 20 degrees and will be coolest along the east coast.
On Friday, there will be a mix of cloud and clear spells with just the chance of some well-scattered patches of light rain or drizzle mostly in Munster.
Temperatures between 17 to 20 degrees have been forecast.
However, wet weather looks set to return later in the weekend, Met Éireann has also said.
Saturday morning will see sunny spells and scattered showers developing, with cloud increasing from the southwest during the afternoon.
Current indications suggest that rain will follow from the southwest through the evening hours, turning heavy at times with temperatures of 16 to 20 degrees in moderate to occasionally fresh and blustery winds.
On Sunday, persistent and occasionally heavy rain will clear northern parts in the morning with sunny spells and scattered heavy showers following from the south to all parts during the afternoon.
Temperatures will range from 18 to 21 degrees in moderate to fresh winds.