Enjoy the weather while you can as the forecast is for wet weather to return by the end of the week.
Met Eireann is predicting the weather will remain fine, dry and settled well into next week as high pressure remains dominant.
The west of the country will also be a lot warmer as an easterly wind will cool the east of the country.
Temperatures on Monday are expected to reach highs of 22 degrees in Connacht and the east-west split will continue into Tuesday with temperatures along the east coast up to five degrees cooler.
Cloud is expected on Wednesday with the possibility of rain in the south of the country on Thursday.
The early outlook for next weekend is for more widespread outbreaks of rain and more unsettled conditions.