The current warm spell is set to continue as high temperatures should remain through to next week.
It is too early to predict the weather over the Easter weekend but the days leading up to it should be dry and warm.
Met Eireann forecast that the current spell of 'anticyclonic conditions' will continue into early next week.
These conditions allow for warm southerly winds to sweep in from the Atlantic that should result in every day being brighter and sunnier than the day before.
Tuesday will be dry apart from a few light passing showers in the north with high temperatures of 13 degrees.
Wednesday will see a risk of a few showers on northern coasts but it will be a dry day with bright or sunny spells.
Each day will be brighter or sunnier than the day before, with dry weather persisting and temperatures slowing rising by a degree or so each day.
By the weekend sunshine should be established and temperatures will be on the rise as winds become light southerly in direction.