As the last few fireworks light up the sky and the Christmas sections in shops getting bigger by the day, it's safe to say that winter 2017 is officially here.
And with that, there is a definite chill in the air as temperatures look set to plummet over the weekend.
Showers becoming heavy & widespread this afternoon. Risk of hail & thunder. Breezy
Sunday will be cool & bright, with well scattered showers pic.twitter.com/E4ANp0ONBK
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 4, 2017
Tonight will see temperatures drop to lows of one to five degrees, with gusty northwest winds set for the Atlantic coasts.
Tomorrow will be a cool but bright day with sunny spells as well as the odd shower over the northern half of the country. Highs of seven to 11 degrees.
Sunday night will see temperatures drop back to between one and five degrees once again, with some grass frost expected for the eastern half of the country.
It's a similar story for the rest of the week, with a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers.
Wrap up warm, ladies. It looks like we're in for a cold few months.