Met Eireann has two warnings in place today for parts of the country.
Although Dublin is not included in the list, the next few days will see a mixed bag of rain and sunshine.
There is an Orange Rainfall Warning in place for Donegal, Leitrim and Sligo which is valid until 12 noon today.
Meanwhile a Yellow Rainfall alert is in place for Mayo until 12 noon today.
Today will see a breezy start to the morning as Dublin will see patchy rain and drizzle.
It’ll be a mild day with temperatures of 15C to 17C.
Long, dry spells expected overnight with some scattered patches of drizzle. It’ll be 9C to 12C tonight.
More patchy rain and drizzle tomorrow with a few sunny spells developing. Temperatures will range between 15C to 18C.
Met Eireann has warned of unsettled weather across the country.
A forecaster said: “Scattered outbreaks of rain are expected overnight with some mist and drizzle. Minimum temperatures of 10C to 13C with light, variable winds.”
“After a rather cloudy and damp start it is expected to brighten up on Wednesday with a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers.
“By evening there will be good spells of sunshine in most areas. Maximum temperatures of 16C to 19C in light northwest or variable breezes.
“Largely dry overnight with clear spells and just isolated showers. Minimum temperatures of 8C to 11C with light winds.”
“It looks set to be mostly dry on Thursday with some sunny spells and just isolated showers. Highest temperatures of 16C to 19C with moderate southwest breezes.
“Rain is expected to spread eastwards across the country on Thursday night accompanied by freshening southerly winds. Minimum temperatures of 10C to 13C.”
“Current indications suggest Friday will be a cloudy and breezy day with outbreaks of rain moving in from the Atlantic. Highest temperatures of 15C to 18C in fresh southwest winds.”
“Early guidance suggests there’ll be a good deal of dry weather about next weekend. Saturday will bring a mix of sunny spells and well-scattered showers whilst Sunday looks set to be a dry day with spells of sunshine. Temperatures near or slightly below average for July.”
Source: Dublin News