Temperatures in Ireland are to drop to the coldest it's been in almost two months.
While temperatures in Europe remain at heatwave levels, Ireland is experiencing a cooldown to daily highs as low as 14°C in some areas.
That's down from highs of 32°C in late June.
Although there are some sunny intervals forecast for today, especially for Munster and Leinster, it'll be cloudy at times, with highs of 15°C to 19°C.
Rain will return to the west this evening, with heavy showers hitting the Atlantic coast and spreading across the country overnight.
Tomorrow will see a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers, with the heaviest showers in the west and north.
Temperatures will hit highs of 14°C to 19°C, dropping to 7°C to 9°C overnight. It'll be warmest in the east and southeast, and coolest along the western coasts of Connacht and Ulster.
There will be widespread showers on Thursday, with some heavy showers bringing a risk of hail or thunder as it cools to 14°C to 18°C.
The weather will remain mixed over the weekend, with Friday expected to be mainly dry before brighter weather arrives on Saturday, bringing highs of 17°C to 22°C.
Sunday will see a return to sunshine and showers, some heavy, with temperatures back to 15°C to 19°C.
Met Éireann predicts that the trend of mixed weather will continue into the early days of next week, with good dry spells interspersed between rain.