Met Éireann warns of flooding in parts of the country over the next few days
Time to invest in a sturdy umbrella.
The incoming clouds have an almost literal silver lining, in that the temperatures this coming week won't be as low as they have been recently.
During the day, they'll waver between 8 and 11 degrees, and at night, they shouldn't dip any lower than 3 or 4 degrees, which is a nice step up from the recent lows of -4 in parts of the country.
However, this increase in temperature comes at a price, as there is some heavy rain expected in the next few days, with Met Éireann specifically warning that the south of Ireland should expect flooding on Tuesday due to heavy rain, that will eventually make its way across the entire country.
As for the rest of the week, Monday will be dull and rainy, with fog and mist forming overnight, while Wednesday will see the rain mostly land on the east of the country, and Thursday drying up a bit, but bringing some moderate wind.