We're havin loads of weather at the moment aren't we?
It's getting that much harder to get up in the morning with the cold weather creeping in. The forecast looks to be a dry and foggy one for the weekend.
Saturday will be breezy and cloudy, with patches of mist and drizzle in places. Moderate to fresh southwesterly winds, will be strong for a time over parts of Ulster. Top temperatures 12 to 15 C.
A lot of dry and bright weather on Sunday, but it will be a cloudy, misty start in some places, with a few patches of drizzle. But soon drying out and some sunny spells should develop fairly widely by afternoon.
Bank Holiday Monday
Monday will be a misty, mostly cloudy day. Some patches of drizzle will develop and more persistent rain is likely along parts of the north and northwest coasts. Mild and misty overnight, with rain at times. Lowest temperatures 8 to 11 C.
If you are out and about this weekend, there's lots of brilliant stuff going on to keep you entertained. Nostalgia lovers might be happy to know that a certain Maniac 2000 DJ is gigging in Cork on Saturday.
Happy bank holiday weekend!