Information supplied by Met Éireann
Some bright or sunny spells this morning, mainly in the southern half of the country at first, with frost clearing.
Cloud will continue to increase from the north, with a little patchy light rain and drizzle in places, but amounts will be small and some areas will stay largely or completely dry, especially parts of the south and east.
Winds mostly light to moderate westerly.
Maximum temperatures 6 to 10 Celsius, mildest along west and southwest coasts.
Tonight will be mainly dry at first.
Quite cold in parts of the east and southeast, with a slight ground frost in places.
Becoming milder everywhere overnight, with outbreaks of rain extending from the Atlantic, in freshening southerly winds.
Minimum temperatures 1 to 5 Celsius early on, milder in Atlantic coastal areas.