It's all absolutely worth it - just buy a pair of galoshes, plan for an extra 20 minutes in the morning with the hairdryer, and bring lots and lots of socks so you can at least have warm wet feet instead of cold wet feet.
We drove up the rambling roads to a watchtower on top of a hill to start the day, where I was continuously attacked by an offending slug who was in the way of a handhold (they were very steep, narrow stairs after all)....
Well, get settled in for a few more views today, in order, the Giants Causeway, where as story has it a big strong Irishman once challenged a Scottish Giant (who was much bigger then him) to battle and in order to have this battle, they made a cobblestone path across the water. Well long story short, the Irishman was not expecting the giant to show up, and his wife had to solve his problem for him.
Lastly, we'll make it over to the Carrick-a-Rede Bridge, where you get to bounce your way across a very thin rope bridge to get another very incredible view. And if you think that's bad, just be glad you weren't one of the original salmon fishers who would walk across the bridge with only one handrail (well... hand-rope I suppose).