Dubliners is set to be battered with heavy rain, freezing fog, strong gusts and even possibly snow over the course of the day and night.
This follows the destruction left in both Storm Doris' and Storm Ewan's wakes.
According to Met Éireann, the next 24 hours will be very cold, very windy and filled with rain:
''Cold and blustery this morning with sunny spells and scattered wintry showers. The winds will continue to ease during the morning and many areas will be dry with sunny spells. Heavy downpours will develop through the day with some falls of hail, sleet and snow occurring also. A cold day with frost in places at first and temperatures at best 6 to 9 degrees dropping sharply this afternoon. Fresh to strong westerly winds will drop light to moderate and gradually back southerly.''
And tonight doesn't look much better...
''Further heavy falls tonight of rain, sleet and snow.
Lowest temperatures zero to 3 degrees with frost and icy patches developing locally but not widespread.
Light to moderate winds further backing east to southeast.''
Looks like duvet weather to us...
Do with that information what you will.