Firefighters have dealt with a gorse wildfire in the hills of south Dublin.
The blaze broke out near the Hellfire Club earlier on Saturday morning.
Dublin Fire Brigade said the great weather means fine vegetation is at risk.
They are advising people to be aware if they are out in the countryside.
Firefighters from Rathfarnham fire station are dealing with a gorse wildfire near the Hellfire Club. Great weather means fine vegetation is at risk, be aware if you're out in the countryside this #BankHolidayWeekend pic.twitter.com/JUr5Xl5nTH
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) April 20, 2019
The warm and sunny weather is set to continue for most parts of the country.
Highest temperatures could reach 22°, but cooler in the west and northwest.
Temperatures tonight will drop back to just 6 to 10°.
Easter Sunday will also be a warm day with hazy sunshine.
However, there will be more cloud in the west and northwest with a few outbreaks of rain.