The Bank Holiday weekend looks "cool but dry with some sunny spells" says Carlow forecaster, Alan O'Reilly.
According to www.carlowweather.com, Thursday will see some showers in the afternoon but also some sunny spells, 15C in Northwest breeze.
Friday will be a cloudy start but just odd shower, feeling cooler with a northern breeze and a risk of frost Friday night.
Met Éireann says the Bank Holiday weekend looks like staying dry throughout as anticyclonic conditions prevail.
Temperatures will be a little lower than usual for the time of year but will recover to near normal by the end of the weekend.
There will, however, be little or no wind and plenty of sunshine so will feel pleasant despite the slightly lower temperatures - typically between 9 and 12 or 13 degrees from north to south.
The winds, light northerly on Saturday, becoming variable by Saturday night.