We've had a pretty cold and wintry start to the week in Dublin, and it looks like the bad weather isn't saying goodbye any time soon.
A snow-ice warning is in place for the whole country from today at 11am until tomorrow at 8pm.
"Widespread heavy and thundery showers during Wednesday and Thursday will produce hail, sleet and snow at times, leading to accumulations of ice on untreated surfaces," a forecaster said.
Dublin will be cold and increasingly windy with top temperatures of 4C to 6C today.
It's going to be a real mixed bag, with frequent showers, a risk of hail and thunder AND possible sleet and snow.
Tomorrow will be blustery and showery again, but with some brighter spells.
"Some of the showers will be heavy with a risk of hail and thunder. Top temperatures of 7 or 8 degrees Celsius in fresh to strong and gusty westerly winds," said Met Eireann.
Wrap up warm, people...