This weekend is to continue dry and sunny with temperatures expected to reach 21 degrees.
Friday sees a mixture of clouds and sunny spells, with highs of 17 to 20 degrees.
Evelyn Cusack, Head of Forecasting at Met Éireann, says the good weather will last through the coming days.
"It'll be beautiful everywhere on Saturday, and a little bit cloudier on Sunday.
"So Saturday's the better day and will be the warmest with temperature of 17 to 21 degrees.
"Sunday will be a little bit cooler and northwesterly, and a bit more cloud.
The Irish Coast Guard is warning people to be extra vigilant on or near water.
Solar UV Index will be high in any clear skies and moderate to high in any cloudy skies today🌥️🌤️
Please stay safe in the sun🧴👒😎⤵️https://t.co/hLw3rNHWO1 pic.twitter.com/q7zPIJ9GAN
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) May 26, 2023
Ms Cusack, says it looks as if the good weather will continue as Leaving Cert and Junior Cert students prepare to sit their State exams from the 7th of June.
"It looks like, from our modeling, that the first week in June looks pretty good".
"I think we always remember it's a very traumatic time for all of us, so it really stands out.
"Of course, when it's combined, with seeing all your friends, from other classes out playing out in the sunshine, we always resent having to stay in and study.
"But look, it's 'Leaving Cert weather' now, and as I said, there's hope that there will be more fine weather to come".