The rain will clear during the evening 15-25mm of rain is forecast, the higher amounts falling on higher ground, which could lead to some spot flooding considering the heavy rainfall of recent days.
Winds will moderate somewhat overnight as scattered heavy showers push in from the Atlantic.
Westerly winds will pick up again during Sunday as scattered heavy showers become more widespread. It will turn cold on Sunday night with a touch of ground frost in places as winds turn slacker.
The weather during the early days of the coming week will turn much cooler with daytime temperatures struggling to reach into double figures, which is stark contrast to the warm conditions of recent days. Dublin Airport touched 19.2c on Friday, just 0.4c off the October 31st (Halloween) record temperatures set up Shannon Airport in 1995 when mercury levels there reached 19.6c.
It will also be showery next week. A return to milder conditions is expected around midweek before the onset of cooler conditions again. Grass frosts are likely at night.