Remember the huge waves, the howling winds and the lashing rain?
Another heatwave may be on the way, say weather forecasters.
Road-users are being reminded to slow down and drive with care as excess surface water and spot flooding are causing poor driving conditions across the country.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin has said the city was not prepared for the heavy downpours overnight which led to flooding acroos much of the northside this morning.
Gardaí have said two people being held in Ballymun Garda Station in Dublin had to be evacuated this morning due to flooding.
Gardaí are appealing to motorists to be extra careful on the countries roads following heavy rainfall overnight.
Met Éireann have issued an orange weather warning for the next two days.
A yellow weather warning remains in place this morning, as overnight thundery rain in the south pushes northwards this morning.
Valentia Island in Co Kerry recorded its sunniest June in 74 years last month, with 265.0 hours of sunshine breaking the record last set in 1940, according to data from Met Éireann.
Forecaster Met Éireann has said the sunny weather enjoyed by the country over the last week is set to last until at least Tuesday.