Met Eireann is warning that "very disturbed weather" is expected early next week in Ireland, however there is uncertainty regarding the conditions.
The forecaster states: "Mild, very humid conditions are expected to develop during Monday, with rain moving up from the south in freshening southerly winds. There is a risk of some extremely windy conditions with heavy rainfall on Monday night or Tuesday but there is a large degree of uncertainty in details at present."
Latest charts on #Helene show its path still heading for Ireland with strong gusts Monday night as she moves through Ireland. Still a long way off and the track will chop and change but something to keep a close eye on. pic.twitter.com/3LVOHGCklC
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) September 13, 2018
Meanwhile, some rain is expected over the coming days. Tomorrow morning in Dublin will be breezy with rain. The afternoon with be brighter with some sunny spells, cloudy periods and scattered showers. There'll be afternoon highs of 15-17 degrees.
Friday night will be dry and cool with the odd shower.
Check Met Eireann's day-by-day breakdown for Ireland for the weekend:
Saturday: Rain with strengthening southerly winds will develop through Ulster, Connacht and parts of West Munster during Saturday morning. Drier weather conditions are expected elsewhere until later in the day, but becoming breezy. Afternoon highs of 15 to 17 degrees Celsius. Very mild, humid and wet in most places on Saturday night.
Sunday: Drier, fresher, brighter weather with scattered showers will develop through Connacht, Ulster and west Munster during Sunday morning. But the rain will be persistent elsewhere, however should clear during the afternoon to scattered showers. Afternoon temperatures will range from 15 to 19 degrees Celsius, coolest in the northwest.