Met Éireann has confirmed that the current heatwave is the hottest Ireland has experienced in June since 1976.
The nation has been enjoying glorious sunshine while yesterday was generally a bit too stuffy for comfort with highs of 29 degrees.
Temperatures have been five degrees above average for five days, which officially makes it a heatwave.
The last time June was this roasting, many of us weren't even alive.
Head forecaster Gerry Fleming said:
"1976 was the last time we had this in June, so 40 years ago.
"What I can say though is that virtually every month from winter through spring temperatures were between .5 and one degree above the average."
Today is set to be a little bit cooler with a mixture of showers and sunny spells.