After some seriously bleak weather conditions earlier this month, we were all starting to breathe easy again, but of course Mother Nature wasn't going to let little old Ireland off that easily!
Met Eireann have just released another grim weather forecast for this week, announcing that snow, ice and "bitterly cold" conditions can be expected from Wednesday night. We won't put that winter jacket into storage just yet, so.
"It will be windy with frequent wintry showers giving falls of sleet and snow, and accumulations of several centimetres of snow are likely in many areas, particularly in the North and West," said Met Éireann this morning.
Even if your area isn't affected by snowfall, people all over the country are still advised to prepare for low to freezing temperatures, as well as a strong possibility of frost and ice.
The wintery temperatures are expected to continue next weekend too, with "severe frosts and icy roads by night" and "daytime temperatures 4 to 6 degrees at best."
Just when we thought spring was on the way!