Temperatures will rise to 17C today and the weekend will reach 18C when Ireland sunbathes in a late autumn sun.
While the mornings felt pretty cool and alive, it is ready to be much warmer this afternoon.
With Eireann said: "Eruptions of rain and drizzle will gradually spread eastward across the country this morning and reach the east coast by noon, just as the clearance in the western regions arrives.
"Dryer and better conditions with only isolated showers pushed east in the course of the afternoon.
"Airy with top temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees Celsius in moderate to fresh south wind, later southward and lightening."
Looking forward to tonight, the national predictor revealed that it will be a cool with the lowest temperatures from 4C to 8C.
Meanwhile Wednesday seems to be a pleasant, mild day, mainly dry and clear with a mix of sunny spells and clouds.
It will not be so warm with heights of 11C to 14C in the west of the day during the day and temperatures plummeting to near zero at night.
A spokesperson for Met Eireann said: "The minimum temperatures will drop to between 0C and 4C, leading to a hint of grass frost.
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"Mist and fog can form in the near-tranquil conditions in the morning."
In the meantime it will be dry again on Thursday with good weather and high temperatures from 11C to 14C and the temperature can reach 15C on Friday.
And the mercury could shoot up to 18C this weekend, revealing predictors.