Ireland will be having most unusual weekend weather-wise - with temperatures to remain in the teens as we continue into the seconf week of November!
Having seen plenty of yellow warnings already this month for wind and rain, the typically Irish weather will now see hazy sunshine for the most part before a late twist on Sunday.
The overnight heat has also been causing problems with people struggling to sleep in the humid conditions.
There's bad news if you're one of them too as we won't see temperatures drop below 10C over Saturday.
In fact, we'll be seeing highs of 15C, as Met Éireann's forecast reads: "Mild, cloudy, and misty this morning with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
"Becoming dry for most through the afternoon and evening with hazy sunny spells developing. Highest temperatures of 13 to 15C in moderate to fresh southeast winds."
It continues: "Generally dry and cloudy tonight with isolated patches of rain. Persistent rain will develop in the west and southwest before dawn. Lowest temperatures of 10 to 12C in moderate southeasterly winds, freshening on Atlantic coasts.
Sunday will be slightly different however as there's a late sting in the tail.
Met Éireann explain: "Outbreaks of rain will spread across the western half of the country in the morning, turning heavy in places. Some sunny spells further east. Rain extending into eastern areas in the afternoon and evening. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16C in light to moderate southerly breezes."
Late on Sunday comes the twist - with temperatures plunging in a 12C swing all the way down to a nippy 4C.
"Cloudy with outbreaks of rain in many areas. Gradually clearing with rain becoming confined to the northeast by morning. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 9 degrees in light southerly winds." is the current prediction.
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