Irish weather is being Irish weather again.
After the recent spell of gorgeous weather, it looks like conditions are sadly reverting back to the norm.
Met Éireann has now issued a Status Yellow weather warning for Galway, Mayo, Clare, Cork and Kerry with strong winds on the way.
"Later tonight and for a time on Friday morning, in coastal areas, southerly winds will reach mean speeds of 55 to 65 km/hr with gusts of up to 90 km /hr," the forecaster said.
The warning is in place until 9am tomorrow morning.
The less-than-summery weather is expected to continue into Friday with rain throughout the country in the morning, before giving way to sunshine and showers in the afternoon.
Friday night is expected to be dry and conditions will improve by Saturday with temperatures rising to between 12c and 14c.
Saturday night is looking mainly dry but cold again with minimum temperatures in the low single-figures.
As for Sunday, similar conditions are expected with any showers expected to die out by the evening with a cold night to follow.