Ireland is enduring some pretty awful weather at the moment, as you may have noticed.
Rain spreading thru Sern & Wern counties in eve and becoming widespread tonite,heaviest in W. Rather windy throughout.Min temps 14-16C.— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) September 11, 2016
Those stormy conditions are set to peak tonight, with gale force winds and some torrential rain moving in from the west.
Light winds & starry skies, the perfect recipe for fog, probably the main Monday rush hazard in the SE. Helen pic.twitter.com/yARWXrFidB— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) September 11, 2016
Conditions are set to improve as the week goes on, with Met Éireann saying it will be "dry and bright in most areas" by Thursday.
But the threat of rain will never be far away, and temperatures won't be troubling that magic 20C mark.
Meanwhile, British sunworshippers will get one more bout of summer sunshine, as they prepare to bask in temperatures of up to 31C!
It's going to heat up with temps peaking on Tuesday when highs in the low 30s Celsius are likely in the southeast pic.twitter.com/oDLVBbPZYp— Met Office (@metoffice) September 11, 2016
Aren't we supposed to be the "lucky" ones?