The weather across Ireland is expected to turn more settled just in time for the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend.
High pressure will position itself close to or over the country later Friday and into Saturday bringing much calmer conditions.
Met Éireann says that although it will be mostly dry with light winds, there will be cloudy periods and it will continue to be cool for the time of year, with temperatures of only 9 to 12 degrees at best.
In the meantime, bands of rain and strong winds can be expected each day with a clearing on Friday afternoon.
A weather alert was put in place across Clare during Monday. A 105kph gust was recorded at Shannon Airport on Monday evening and led to an inbound Ryanair flight from Stansted being forced to divert to Dublin.