With Eireann have confirmed that the summer is not over yet with sunshine and mild temperatures on the way.
The mercury has to climb to 20C today, because the weather conditions in most cases remain "largely dry".
The expectation is that the whole week will remain much the same and no significant rain is expected until Friday.
Talking about the next few days, the national newsreader wrote on their website: "Mild and mostly dry today in much of the Midlands, South and East, although the cloud will build up by midday.
"Smmer in the west and north-west with bursts of rain and drizzle, gradually emerging from the Atlantic in the course of the afternoon and evening, and slowly sinking southeast toward other areas by nightfall.
"Highest temperatures from 16C to 20C (best values in the East and Southeast) .The Southwest winds will feel fresh along the Atlantic sea areas but moderately elsewhere.
"Many areas see a lot of dry weather on Wednesday with a number of good sunny periods, and also well-spread showers, after a new start the highest temperature fluctuates from 15 to 18 degrees Celsius, with moderate northwest winds.
"Generally dry with sunny periods near calm – the best of the sun in the morning and the late evening.A few good scattered light passing showers also, mainly through the middle part of the day.After a cool start, the highest temperatures in the afternoon range from 15C to 18C or 19C. "
Looking forward to the weekend, they continued: "After an early morning sun on Friday, clouded with a refreshing south breeze, eruptions of rain will slowly move west and southwestern provinces through the morning and afternoon, gradually expanding to all other areas later on day.
"You feel pretty mild and humid at the highest temperatures of 16C to 20C.
"In the weekend quite warm and quiet, with maximums in the high-teens or low 20 & # 39; s local. Saturday is probably the drier day, but with a scattering of showers.
"On Sunday there will be a rain shower to the Atlantic areas, which will slowly move to other areas later in the afternoon or evening."