Met Éireann predict that temperatures will hit 25 degrees on Sunday in parts of Ireland
Bring it on.
Reasons to be cheerful; it's the weekend, the finals of Wimbledon are on, there's plenty to do over the weekend, there's a new Louis Theroux documentary being aired, loads of GAA and League of Ireland action to watch too.
Oh yeah, it also helps that Sunday is shaping up to be extremely sunny with 25 degrees being forecasted in parts of Ireland.
In terms of the weekend's weather, here's what Met Éireann are predicting.
Tonight is set to be dry throughout the country with clear spells in the south and southwest. However, it will be cloudier with some patchy light rain or drizzle over the northern half of the country.
As for Saturday, the morning will be be dry with sunny spells developing but it's set to be a slow start with cloudy and dull conditions expected. There's also the chance of a few spots of drizzle in the north.
Thankfully, it's set to become dry as the day develops with sunny spells expected. Top temperatures of 17 to 22 degrees. Saturday night will be dry too with clear spells.
Sunday is going to be a belter though with warm, dry and sunny spells. Highest temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees are being predicted too.
All things considered, beer garden?