The drizzle isn’t going anywhere for 24 hours.
But Met Éireann is forecasting some pleasant spring weather across Munster by Tuesday, with temperatures expected to climb as high as 18C for the first time this year.
Forecasters say tomorrow, Monday, will be “mostly cloudy with some patches of light rain or drizzle lingering in the southwest for a time.”
“There is a chance of some bright spells developing in the afternoon, mainly in the north of the province. Highest temperatures of 12 to 16 degrees.”
Monday night will be dry apart from a little drizzle in parts of the southwest, west and northwest and it will be rather misty too in other parts with some fog and some low cloud, especially in the south, with lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees.
Tuesday is looking like the best day to plan a walk or a gardening session: “Mist and fog in Munster and Leinster will clear through the morning. Dry in most places and very mild or even warm with some pleasant spells of sunshine, best of which in Munster and Leinster.” say forecasters.
Highest temperatures will range between 14 to 18 degrees so it might even be worth dusting off the grill for a midweek barbecue.