Cork could be in for a predominantly sunny June Bank Holiday, according to the latest forecast from Met Éireann.
The national forecaster has said although there will likely be scattered outbreaks of rain, the current outlook suggests there will be "long dry spells" this weekend.
Scattered outbreaks of rain are expected to clear to the east on Saturday morning and early afternoon with brighter spells developing.
Highest temperatures will be between 15 to 19 degrees in light southwest breezes.
Overnight it's expected to stay mainly dry in most areas of the country with temperatures dipping to around 6 to 9 degrees.
Fortunately, it looks as if it will be "dry across most of Ireland" on Sunday, with just a few potential showers in places.
Highest temperatures will be between 13 and 19 degrees in light southerly breezes.
A bit of a mixed bag of weather for the rest of this week depending where you are 👇🏽— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 2, 2021
⛅️Eastern parts of the country will fare better, holding mainly dry with some sunny spells
🌧️☁️It'll be cloudier for western areas with showers or rain at timeshttps://t.co/1BlfUyV4B4 pic.twitter.com/iIVSJMkRPs
June Bank Holiday Monday will likely bring some sunny spells but also scattered falls of rain "most of which will affect Atlantic counties".
Moving into next week settled conditions are expected to prevail.
"An overall improvement is expected as the Azores High begins to move closer," Met Éireann says.
"Current indications suggest warm and mostly settled conditions will develop."