We're in for a chilly Bank Holiday Weekend. According to Met Eireann, it will become cooler over the coming days with bright crisp days and frosty nights forecast.
Today, Thursday, will bring a mix of sunshine and showers in Dublin with highs of 11 or 12 degrees.
It will be a dry and chilly night with temperatures dropping back to 0 or 1 degrees with frost forming.
Tomorrow will be another chilly day in the capital with highs of just 5 or 6 degrees. It's expected to start dry however, there'll be outbreaks of rain in the afternoon and evening.
Heavy rain is forecast in the southern half of the country on Friday tomorrow morning. Met Eireann says it will turn heavy in the south and south east with a risk of spot flooding.
Some sleet is possible on higher ground. It will be a chilly say with highs of 5 to 8 degrees. Parts of Ulster and Connacht will be dry.
Rain will move to coastal parts of the south and southeast over night. The rest of the county will be mainly dry with some mist and fog patches.
It'll be a cold night with temperatures of 0 to 3 degrees with frost and icy patches possible.
A cold and bright day with good sunny spells. It will be mainly dry but there'll be rain or hail showers in the north or northwest. Highest temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees.
It's expected to be cold and frosty on Saturday night with lows down to zero or a little below in places.
Sunday & Monday
The remainder of the Bank Holiday Weekend will be cold and generally dry apart from a few coastal showers mainly in the north.
There's be good sunny spells with afternoon highs of 7 to 11 degrees.
The nights are expected to be quite chilly, with temperatures dipping below zero and widespread frosts, with the risk of icy patches.