It will remain dry overnight on Saturday as temperatures dip to between 4-7 but it should remain clear with just localised mist and fog patches.
These will clear quickly on Sunday morning as another bright day with sunny spells lays in store.
“On Sunday, the fine weather will continue with early mist or fog patches clearing to leave another dry day with long spells of spring sunshine. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees in light easterly or variable winds,” the national forecaster said.
The weather will slightly change on Monday after a calm and dry start as more cloud moves in from the west with a chance of isolated showers.
Monday will be a mix of cloudy periods and sunny spells with highs of 13 to 16 degrees.
Tuesday is forecast to be a little more of a cloudier day and wind direction will change from the north, bringing a colder snap to the air than in previous days.
“A change expected on Wednesday as cooler air blankets the country with scattered showers, some possibly wintry, feeding down throughout the afternoon and evening. Cloudy skies and noticeably colder too with highs of 6 to 9 degrees in a brisk northerly wind,” the forecaster said.