Met Eireann said “unstable” weather is on the way this week, feeding into “shower conditions” with low pressure over the north-west of Ireland.
This morning the weather will be dry with sunny showers and scattered showers.
Clouds coming from the Atlantic will bring an outbreak of rain and drizzle to the western regions during the afternoon and evening. However, many eastern counties will remain dry for most of the day, with maximum temperatures ranging from 14C to 18C.
Tonight there will be rain and thundershowers with some heavy rain, which may cause flooding at places. The minimum temperature is expected to remain 10C to 13C.
Met Eireann said rain that had stopped overnight will clear to the east on Tuesday morning and there will be strong sunshine and sporadic rain for the rest of the day. It will be a mild day with highest temperatures of 14C to 19C.
There will be clear weather and scattered showers on Tuesday night. The rains will mainly affect the western countries in the morning hours, with minimum temperatures ranging from 7C to 10C.
Met ireann said Wednesday’s rain conditions would affect the western half of Ireland for the first half of the day, before moving to the eastern half of the country later.
Some strong and potentially thunderstorms will affect the eastern counties during the evening. The maximum temperature is likely to remain up to 19 degree Celsius.
Met Eireann said Thursday will remain the same day, with light to moderate westerly winds and scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening.
An outbreak of rain and drizzle will affect Atlantic counties on Friday, especially later in the day.
It will be sunny at some places and there will be scattered showers. The maximum temperature is expected to be 15C to 20C.
“Current indications suggest that while conditions will normalize to some degree, there is a possibility of some scattered showers,” said Met Eiren.