Information supplied by Met Éireann
Mostly dry today with any frost quickly clearing.
Best of the sunshine to begin and end the day, but with a mix of cloud and brighter spells generally.
Long dry spells will occur, however well scattered showers will occur too - most of these for north and northwest coastal counties, as well as along parts of the east coast to begin.
Temperatures will still be rather cool for late April, with afternoon highs of just 8 to 10 degrees Celsius, in mostly moderate north to northwest breezes.
Cold tonight - but overall a lot of dry weather under broken cloud.
Showers, mainly confined to north and northwest coasts.
Northwesterly breezes will ease and temperatures will fall to between 0 to + 5 degrees Celsius, with some frost; coldest across southern parts of Munster and Leinster.