Sunny spells are expected for today, with temperatures to hit 12C. However, Met Éireann have warned of some over night frost. It still should be an improvement from some of the weather experienced last month.
Tonight is expected to be cold, dry and mainly clear with lowest temperatures of between -2 and +2 degrees. It will be coolest along the midlands. Frost is to also develop along with patches of mist and fog.
The first part of this week will be bright, with cloudier, colder and wetter conditions expected for the second half.
Met Éireann said, “Frost and fog will gradually clear this morning and many areas will enjoy sunny spells, although it will remain cloudier across southern coastal counties”.
“Highest temperatures of 8C to 12C in light to moderate easterly breezes”.
Met Éireann on the week ahead
Tuesday will be mainly dry and sunny for the most part. It will be cloudier in the south for the afternoon.
Wednesday is see the first stray of scattered showers across Munster and Leinster. Most areas will stay dry with occasional sunshine. Temperatures are predicted to hit between 7 and 12 degrees.
Wednesday is to see patchy fost and fog with temperatures to go as low as 1 to 4 degrees.
Thursday and Friday are to see duller and cloudier conditions with some drizzle.
Highest temperatures for both days are to stay between 5 and 8/9 degrees. Isolated patches of rain are also predicted alongside overnight cloud and frost.
The bright weather will be interupted by some heavier spells of rain over the weekend.