Break out the barbecue! Looks like there's another mini-heatwave on the way
Just when we thought we would have to pack away our sunglasses for another little while, it looks like we're in for another mini-heatwave.
According to Met Éireann forecasters, Sunday will start off cold, with the grass frost, mist and fog soon clearing.
It will be sunny in many areas around the country, with temperatures hitting as high as 16C, before turning a bit cloudy as the afternoon goes on.
While the forecast says that many places will remain dry tomorrow, there will be a few showers along the Atlantic coastal counties.
Monday will be mild and dry, although there will be some patchy rain early in the day.
As the afternoon goes on, the clouds will break up and the rain will die away - resulting in temperatures as high as 18C in some areas.
And the news gets even better as the week goes on.
Tuesday will start off dry and bright, with scattered outbreaks of rain moving from west to east as the rain goes on.
Even still, the amounts of rain will be small, so many eastern areas could be staying dry.
Temperatures will range from 14C in the west, to as high as 19C in the east.
Wednesday and Thursday will be mostly dry and bright, with temperatures remaining in the mid-to-high teens.