It might be time to light the fire again.
After a week of glorious sunshine and temperatures in the high teens, it looks like the weather is about to return to more typical Irish springtime conditions.
According to Met Éireann, it will be noticeably colder this week but although there will be showers at times, we can still look forward to a good deal of dry weather.
Today, Wednesday will be mostly dry to start, with mist and fog clearing away during the morning and highest temperatures of between 8C and 11C.
“The rest of the day will see a mix of cloud and bright or sunny spells, with some patchy outbreaks of light rain developing.” said a forecaster.
Wednesday night will be largely clear and dry, but much colder than recent nights with lowest temperatures of -3C to +1C with frost developing.
The frost will clear by Thursday morning to leave a day with good sunshine interspaced with well scattered light showers, but there’s another cold night in store with lowest temperatures of -3C to 0 degrees.
Friday will be largely cool and dry, with sunny spells and showers likely for Saturday and a soggy Sunday ahead, with the possibility of widespread rain.