After some decent spells of sunshine across much of the west over the bank holiday weekend, Met Éireann has forecast a showery start to the week, becoming even more unsettled from Wednesday.
Monday will be mostly cloudy across Galway with scattered showers and light rain forecast later in the day.
There will be a good deal of dry weather though, with highs of 15 to 18 degrees.
Tuesday looks set to bring more scattered showers, and it will be cloudy and wet by evening.
It will be rather warm or humid on Tuesday night with temperatures not falling below 11 to 13 degrees in many areas.
Rain on Wednesday morning will clear to make way for some sunny spells interspersed with scattered showers during the afternoon
On Thursday, a spell of potentially heavy rain will move in from the Atlantic during the day.
Met Éireann says that there is uncertainty around what time the rain will arrive.
Highest temperatures on Thursday will be 16 to 19 degrees, becoming windier as the day goes on.
Low pressure near Ireland will continue to bring unsettled conditions for the end of the week.