There's bad news from Met Éireann for the next few days
If you're not outside enjoying the sunshine yet, what are you waiting for?
We might as well make the most of it as it won't last long.
Things will take a turn from tomorrow onwards, Met Éireann has forecast.
It says that the mini-heatwave we've been enjoying will come to an end and that there's rain on the way.
Tomorrow we can expect some sunny spells but also scattered showers and cooler temperatures.
The showers will be more frequent in the west and north and could turn heavy or prolonged in the afternoon and evening.
There'll be highs of 10 to 14 degrees with a fresh southwest to west breeze.
Showers are predicted for western areas from Monday in western areas and will become widespread during the afternoon. Temperatures of between 12 and 15 degrees are predicted.
Showers will die out on Monday evening, though it's forecast to become quite wet across the country on Tuesday. Temperatures will be much the same as for Monday.
Met Éireann says we can expect "typical April weather" for Wednesday and the following days; sunshine and showers in westerly winds, and temperatures ranging between 10 and 12 degrees in the day and down to between 5 and 7 in the night.
At least we have today. It's set to be dry and sunny, with temperatures expected to hit up to 19 degrees.