So, Storm Doris may have finally buggered off after lashing the country with high winds last week, but a new storm has arrived to take her place.
Met Éireann has issued three more weather warnings, this time a status yellow national warning, a gale warning and a marine warning for small boats.
According to the Irish weather monitors, today will be "cold and windy with scattered heavy showers, some of snow this morning. "
Cold & windy, sctd. hvy. shwrs., some of snow this morning. Some sunny spells. Highest temps. of 6 to 8C in fresh to strong NW winds.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 28, 2017
The temperatures will remain low into the night, reaching below freezing.
Tomorrow is set to be blustery, with the weather said to be "very windy over Connacht and Munster with a possibility of gales and storm force gusts."
We'll be getting the scarves and mittens back out, so.