The weather out there is snow joke (sorry) but that hasn't stopped people getting out into it and trying their hands at some simple construction work.
And for some, a simple snowman wasn't enough, they had to go and build entire structures in the freeing conditions.
One group of students in Dunboyne even made RTÉ News thanks to their efforts.
— Conor McMorrow (@ConorMcMorrow) February 28, 2018
"We all came out with the intention of having a snowball fight but we got sidetracked for seven hours!" one said.
And they're not the only ones inspired by the snow to got out building, as people all over the country got into the Inuit spirit and got iglooing.
— Stephen O'Connor (@swjoconnor) March 1, 2018
— thearyn (@thearyn) March 1, 2018
— Róisín O'Donovan (@Rospud) March 1, 2018
— Iman.Rostam99 (@iman_rostam99) March 1, 2018
I see your snowmen and raise you an igloo 10 hours in construction in Tyrellstown made brick by snowy brick by parents and children including my bro in-law nieces and nephew ðŸÂ?™âÂ?„ï¸Â?ðŸ˜‰ #beastfromtheeast #Sneachta #snowday2018 #Snowmageddon dublin pic.twitter.com/GMXxap7bnF
— ðÂ?“™ðÂ?“¾ðÂ?“µðÂ?“µðÂ?“®ðÂ?“® ðÂ?“'ðÂ?“µðÂ?“ªðÂ?“»ðÂ?“´ðÂ?“® (@JulleeRed) February 28, 2018
I see your partially completed igloo and raise you an actually completely igloo.
Knocked this out in 30mins today. AND while holding a baby.
ðŸÂ?™âÂ?„ï¸Â?ðŸ˜‰ #beastfromtheeast #Sneachta #snowday2018 #Snowmageddon dublin pic.twitter.com/fkzAzMrYaA
— Ian Cairns (@iancairns01) February 28, 2018
Lads building an igloo in blanch pic.twitter.com/GKWCoTMH64
— Stephen Cromwell (@StephenCromwell) February 28, 2018
— Ronan Mooney (@MooneyRonan) February 28, 2018
Whether or not they last the night remains to be seen.
Via RTE News