Harry Styles fans are being advised to pack their rain gear ahead of his concert in Slane.
The star is headlining the first major event at the Co Meath venue since before the pandemic.
Gates open at 2pm.
The warm up act will come from Irish band Inhaler, DJ Annie Mac, and Wet Leg, as well as a solo set from Harry's guitarist Mitch Rowland.
The dry weather is ending this weekend ☔️
More frequent showers will spread from the south on Saturday & Sunday 🌦️
Some will be heavy with possible thunder ⛈️
Staying warm & turning humid with daytime temperatures in the twenties 🥵
More here 👇https://t.co/9gKN6SVok4 pic.twitter.com/MFdSuWbea6
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) June 9, 2023
Forecaster with Met Éireann, Aoife Kealy, is advising concert-goers to pack their rain poncho:
"There will be some showers drifting up through the afternoon and evening."
"So it's not going to be continuous rain by any means, just a bit here and there."
"But definitely, like I said, have the ponchos at the ready!"
The Forecaster has recommended people pack for the possibility anyway:
"I definitely wouldn't be heading out without the rain poncho myself!"