If you, like the vast majority of the country, have had your fill of snow for the next decade after the Beast from the East, brace yourselves: there's more to come.
Met Eireann are predicting that more snow will fall on Ireland on St. Patrick's Day of all days - so if you're heading out to watch a parade, better add a few extra layers. (Won't somebody think of the American cheerleaders?)
The whole country is set to experience "very cold" weather, with the north and east getting the worst of it - with temperatures of 1 to 2 degrees max.
“Some of the showers will be of rain or sleet, but some snow showers will occur also," Met Eireann said. "Snow showers will become more frequent along east and southeast coasts later Saturday.
"Saturday night will be very cold and frosty, with scattered snow showers in the eastern half of the country, but mainly dry elsewhere."
Not everyone is happy about the return of the white stuff... but at least we'll know to get the bread in nice and earl, this time.
— orla murphy (@orlamurphy609) March 13, 2018
— Paul Hegarty (@phegarty) March 12, 2018
— Katie Dawson (@katiedawson23) March 12, 2018
*puts fingers in ears to avoid talk of Paddy’s Day snow*
— Michael Kelly (@mickkellygrows) March 13, 2018
First snow fall models showing significant snowfall Sat and Sun. Early days but will be interssting to see how forecast evolves over the next few days. Paddy’s Day might green and white! pic.twitter.com/4NbGvesqqv
— Declan Raftery (@unidub09) March 12, 2018