Fans of the Longitude festival will know that this weekend is usually one where the sun is practically splitting the stones, however unfortunately that is not the case for festival goers this year, or the rest of the country for that matter.
Met Eireann have said there is a stormy weekend on the way, equipped with heavy showers and gale force winds.
According to their website: "Friday will start mainly dry and sunny in eastern areas but showers in the west will become widespread through the day, with frequent heavy showers occurring in the west and northwest.
"A very windy day with strong west to southwest winds gusting to gale force. Rather cool with highest temperatures only 14 to 17 degrees Celsius.
"Friday night will remain showery in northern and western areas but elsewhere will be mainly dry with clear spells; southwest to west winds will continue to moderate overnight also.
"Saturday will be moderately breezy and showery but with some sunny intervals; however, it will be a rather cool day for the time of year.
"Showers will die out on Saturday night but scattered outbreaks of rain will appear later.
"Sunday will soon become wet countrywide for the morning and most of the afternoon, although rain will begin to clear eastwards in the evening; winds will be moderate, southwesterly on Sunday and temperatures will stay a few degrees below normal."
For feck sake July, pull it together. Mundy will be eating his words so he will.
So, ah, did you have outdoor plans for the weekend?