But they don’t want to put the voodoo on it just yet.
The Irish Aviation Authority has said that the ash cloud from Iceland’s Grimsvotn volcano will have no impact on Irish airspace for the next 48 hours.
Earlier, Met Éireann said there is a chance that volcanic ash could enter Irish airspace tomorrow. Meteorologist Jean Byrne says any particles will clear on Friday, but UK airspace could be at risk.
However, the long-term forecast for the UK and Ireland looks positive with little possibility of ash in airspace after the weekend. The news comes as the eruption at the Grimsvotn volcano dies down and is no longer spewing out ash.