Here's what the weekend weather forecast looks like
Plenty of sunshine is on the way.
The Premier League might be returning but there's still plenty going on over the weekend to draw you off the couch, the All-Ireland hurling semi-finals being the biggest draws.
If you're heading out over the coming days then here's what's in store on the weather front, according to Met Éireann.
Today will be dry at first but rain will develop across Ulster and Connacht during the morning. In the afternoon and evening, the rain will push into Leinster and Munster but it's expected to become more patchy and broken as the day wears on. Don't be too disheartened by the mention of that pesky rain though, because in some areas, temperatures are expected to reach 17 to 20 degrees with fresh southwest winds.
As for Saturday, there's going to be a few passing showers but the day is expected to be mainly dry with occasional sunshine. Highest temperatures should fluctuate between 17 to 20 degrees.
We're set for very similar weather conditions on Sunday because it's expected to be a dry but cloudy day with temperatures reaching the same levels as they did on Saturday.
Bottom line, get out and enjoy the sunshine while it lasts.