Sunny and settled weather looks set to dominate this week and into the weekend.
Temperatures could even get as high as 18° in the next few days.
Tuesday will bring good sunny spells and will be dry for many places.
A few showers will break out during the late morning and afternoon.
Highest temperatures of 11° to 16° or possibly 17° - warmest in the midlands, north and west.
Wednesday will also see most areas dry and sunny through the day, with highest temperatures of 13° to 17° in mostly light southeasterly breezes.
High pressure will stay firmly in charge this week with plenty of dry & sunny days ahead 🌤️☀️
Our temperatures should reach the mid to high teens across the country 😎📈
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 21, 2022
It will turn chilly later on Wednesday, with another dry and mostly clear night.
Thursday stays very mild, dry and sunny day with highest temperatures ranging from 13° to 17° or 18°.
Friday is looking mainly dry and sunny with light to moderate, mainly easterly breezes.
Highest temperatures here of 13° to 16°, coolest on exposed coastal fringes.
And the weekend is also set to be mainly dry with sunny spells - though a little cooler, with highest temperatures of 12° to 15° or 16°.
Alan O'Reilly from Carlow Weather told Newstalk Breakfast the sun is here to stay.
"We have a good week of weather ahead with high pressure dominating our weather.
"Keeping us mainly dry, just a few showers today and tomorrow - but getting warmer as we go through the week, with temperatures getting up to 17° or maybe even 18° on Wednesday and Thursday.
"A little touch of frost maybe on Wednesday night and Thursday night, but lots and lots of sunshine.
"So a really pleasant week of weather ahead, thankfully."
And he says: "It looks like the good weather will hold into the weekend.
"It may turn a little bit cooler for the weekend, but the weekend is still looking dry and bright.
"So those working during the week can still look forward to some of the sunshine for the weekend".