There's going to be a very, very good change in the weather soon
Looks like it's time to break out the suncream again.
Over the last few days, it feels like we have had a never-ending stream of weather warnings - but there's a bit of good news on the way.
After a few cooler days, Met Éireann forecasters are saying that the temperatures are going to start climbing again early next week.
In fact, the national forecaster says it will reach as high as 24C in some parts of the country on Tuesday.
But while it's going to get toasty once again, there are also some potential showers on the way.
Sunday is looking to be a bit cooler, with patchy outbreaks of light rain and drizzle.
But drier and brighter conditions will develop in the afternoon, with temperatures as high as 19C.
And on Monday, many eastern areas of the country will start of dry - with the best of the sunshine in east Munster and south Leinster.
The cloudy, humid conditions (with some patchy outbreaks of rain) will sweep through most areas during the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures will vary from the high teens in western and northern areas into the low 20s for parts of the south.
Tuesday will, again, be another warm and humid day - although there will be some outbreaks of rain in places.
Temperatures will range from the high teens into the low 20s, with a peak of 24C currently forecast.
Wednesday and Thursday look to be mostly dry and sunny days, with temperatures forecast to stay around normal.