Electric Picnic weather: Revellers to be singing in the rain during washout weekend
Revellers heading to Electric Picnic this weekend should bring rainjackets, warm clothes and suncream as we're in for a mixed bag weather-wise.
Thousands of festival-goers in Stradbally will be singing in the rain as heavy showers are expected.
Met Eireann Forecaster Deirdre Lowe said it's not all bad news though as temperatures could reach up to 22C in some parts of the country.
She told Independent.ie: "It will be mainly dry this weekend, there will be a few isolated showers and it will get cooler tonight.
"Tomorrow morning will start dry and mild, there will be a few light showers in the afternoon and it'll be breezy.
"Showers will come in from the Atlantic and spread nationwide as the day goes on.
"Those going to Electric Picnic should know that it's going to be very wet tomorrow night, with heavy showers into the early hours of Sunday morning.
"Sunday will be a mostly dry day, there's going to be humid air and it will be warm and close.
"It will be a bright day and we can expect temperatures to reach up to 22C."
Ms Lowe said that there will be unsettled weather at the beginning of next week.
She said: "Monday will be mild and mostly dry but there will some mist and fog in areas.
"It will be quite a humid day and we're looking at top temperatures of 20C.
"Tuesday and Wednesday will be cloudy and blustery, with scattered showers."