Here's hows the weather is looking for the rest of the bank holiday weekend
Don't put those shorts away just yet.
As we're sure you're aware, the weather out there is fairly gorgeous.
Sure it's not heatwave levels of nice, but it's definitely warm enough for a shorts and t-shirt combo.
But as is often the case in Ireland, weather like this can be immediately followed by heavy rain, or blistering cold.
Luckily though, it looks like we'll get a few more days of the good weather before anything changes too dramatically.
According to Met Éireann, the weather on Sunday will be mostly dry and sunny in most areas, though it will be a bit cloudier over Ulster.
Highest temperatures will range from nine degrees in the north to 15 degrees in the southwest. Winds will be light to moderate northwest or variable in direction.
Similarly, Monday will be mainly dry with good sunny spells in the south and west.
It will be somewhat cloudier in the east and north and there'll be a little patchy rain or drizzle in parts of Ulster and possibly north Leinster.
Highest temperatures of nine to 12 degrees with light variable breezes.
So there you have it, no jackets or umbrellas needed for the next couple of days.