Sunday, 21/01/2018, Galway.
Last week, we had weather warnings galore, for snow, ice and flooding across the country.
So how does this week appear to be shaping up?
In a word: warmer.
But not necessarily less miserable.
It will be mostly dry tonight with a fresh breeze, with just a chance of a light passing shower.
Lowest temperatures will be between 4 and 7 degrees, in mostly moderate westerly breezes.
Tomorrow, Monday, will be msotly dry with a mix of bright or sunny spells with scattered cloud. Highest temperatures will be between 7 and 10 degrees. Moderate westerly breezes will back southerly later.
Some showers are expected on Monday night and into Tuesday, which will be a wet but mild day, with persistent rain and temperatures of between 7 and 10 degrees.
Wednesday will remain wet. Light showers could clear up in the late afternoon. Temperatures could reach 11 degrees Celsius and there is a risk of scattered thunderstorms.
Thursday and Friday will bring more of the same – much warmer than last week but remaining wet.