Well not all of us anyhow!
Unlike the past two weeks, this weekend is set to give us a mild break, allowing us to venture outdoors for an hour or two.
However, we would advise bringing an umbrella outdoors – it’s not all sunshine and roses in winter lads!
Friday is expected to be between six and eight degrees with some scattered showers, but it will turn frosty later on with lowest temperatures of two to minus two degrees.
Becoming dry in most places today with plenty of winter sunshine, however a few showers will continue to occur in coastal parts of the west and north of the country.
Max temperatures 6 to 8 °C. Moderate to fresh north to northwest winds easing further by evening time.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) December 15, 2017
Saturday will see scattered showers throughout the day and night, because what would our weekend be without a bit of rain?
Meanwhile, Sunday will be full of surprises – Lol – it’s bringing rain, again…
On the plus side though, it will be much milder with temperatures as high as eight to 11 degrees with moderate southwest winds.
Sunday night will be cold with frost in places, so be aware of icy conditions travelling to work on Monday folks!
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