The Rolling Stones Dublin gig 2018: Weather forecast for the Croke Park gig

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The Rolling Stones are heading to Croke Park on Thursday to play in front of a packed out crowd at GAA HQ.

Their first gig in Ireland since 2007 is sure to be a good one and fans will be hoping for good weather.

The thoughts of standing on the Croke Park pitch in rain-soaked ponchos is not appealing to anyone.

The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger attends the Test Match, Malahide Cricket Club, Dublin 13/5/2018

But luckily that is not looking likely as the weather is actually going to be pretty decent.

Met Eireann Rolling Stones forecast

The forecast for the day is looking pretty good with sunny spells and little chance of rain.

A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Wednesday and Thursday: Dry days with good sunny periods. Highest temperatures of 12 to 16 degrees, coolest on Leinster coasts with onshore easterlies."

Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones performs at U Arena in France on October 19, 2017

So if you're heading to see The Stones you could get away without any rain coat.

Although with a potentially chilly night in store, a jumper or jacket would be recommended.

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