Mother Nature is planning on hitting Ireland with all four seasons in one weekend, according to Met Éireann.
The weather experts are predicting sunshine and showers (some wintry) and even some winds thrown in for good measure.
Referring to today, they said:
"Good sunshine across southwestern counties, with early mist and fog patches clearing here, but remaining mostly cloudy elsewhere.
Another dry day for most, but a few scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle will occur, chiefly about Ulster.
Top temperatures of 12 to 17 degrees, with highest values in the south. Light northwest or variable breezes."
While over the next few days the summary is:
"Saturday night will be mainly dry with some clear spells and some patches of mist or fog. Lowest temperatures of 0 to 6 degrees, coldest in Ulster, where there will be a touch of frost in places.
"Sunday will be mainly dry with bright or sunny spells. There'll be a few showers in places also. Highest temperatures o 12 to 15 degrees with light breezes. On Sunday night, showers will develop in northern areas.
Monday will be noticeably cooler day with moderate to fresh northwest breezes and highest temperatures of 9 to 13 degrees. There'll be sunny spells and scattered showers, these mainly over the northern half of the country. Some of the showers will become wintry on Monday night."
Basically, Have a brolly at the ready. And sunglasses. And wellies. On second thoughts, maybe just stay in.