We're not going to lie to you, the weather has been pretty poor this week.
Summer is coming to an end and the weather just doesn't know what it's at as we've had everything over the last while, from the sun to hail.
The weather is set to get a little bit better over the coming days.
According to Met Eireann;
"Today will start mainly dry with some sunshine. However, rain on west coasts will spread across the country during the day, reaching the east early this afternoon and the southeast by evening. A clearance will follow in the west and north later in the day. Highest temperatures of 16 to 18C. It will become breezy with the rain with fresh southerly winds. Thursday will be a dry day in many areas with sunny spells breaking through. Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will affect the northwest and north. Becoming warm with highest temperatures of 18 to 22C. Breezy at times with moderate to fresh southwest winds. And conditions will continue to improve on Friday, just in time for a warm and largely dry weekend."
A forecaster added:
"Friday will be a warm day and it will stay dry in most areas with spells of sunshine. Highest temperatures 18 to 23 or 24C, warmest inland. Southerly breezes will be light to moderate."