After some decent spells of sunshine this week, Met Éireann has said that Saturday and Sunday are set to be mostly cloudy, with some sunny spells and scattered showers.
Tomorrow, Saturday will see a mix of cloud and sunshine, and any scattered showers in the afternoon will clear away by evening. It will be another relatively cool day with highs of just 10 or 11 degrees Celsius.
Saturday night will be mostly dry at first with cloud increasing as the night goes on, and a band of rain will move in off the Atlantic overnight. It will be cold, with low temperatures of just 3 to 6 degrees.
The rain will sweep in across Ireland on Sunday morning, clearing into the Irish Sea in the afternoon.
It will then brighten up slightly, but scattered heavy showers will follow bringing the risk of spot flooding, lightning and hail. Sunday will remain cool, with highest temperatures of only 10 to 13 Celsius.