This weekend, the weather is predicted to be good until Sunday when it will become changeable.
Tonight will see a mixture of cloudy periods and clear spells tonight, according to Met Eireann, with some light rain or drizzle is possible, but most places will stay dry. Lowest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees in little or no wind. Fog may develop locally towards dawn.
Saturday will be a warm day, with a mixture of sunny spells and cloudy periods. Counties near west coasts will experience patchy light rain or drizzle later in the day, and there is a small risk of showers in the east, but otherwise it will be a dry day. Highest temperatures of 18 to 21 degrees, but a bit cooler near western coasts. Light variable breezes will become moderate southwesterly in the west.
The outlook for later in in the Bank Holiday weekend, according to Met Eireann, is for changeable and unsettled weather. Sunday may start off bright and dry, especially in eastern counties, this won’t last. Misty conditions will turn to wet as rain and drizzle become widespread. Hill and costal areas can expect fog, while some of the rain will be heavy, although drier weather may come in later in the day along the west coast.