The nation's hopes were raised immeasurably this year as all the signs pointed to a White Christmas.
But it looks like the last of the snow has melted for the time being, and it ain't coming back anytime soon.
Met Éireann has included its predictions for Christmas Day in its latest weather report, and looks set to be 'unsettled'.
So it DOES snow in Ireland. You’re looking lovely this morning Kilkenny ✨ pic.twitter.com/OhkLmyvxiS
— Domareen Fox (@DommiFox) December 10, 2017
The forecaster said:
"Christmas Eve will continue mild and mostly dry with outbreaks of rain later in the west and north in freshening southerly winds.
"Christmas Day turning unsettled with a spell of rain likely and turning cooler with frost overnight."
As for the rest of the week - looks like the mild weather is set to continue, with some outbreaks of 'rain and drizzle' tomorrow, Wednesday.
"It'll becoming mainly dry over the northern half of the country during the afternoon, with the rain and drizzle becoming lighter and patchier elsewhere, and continuing mild with highs of 10C to 13C.
"Wednesday night will be mostly cloudy with patches of rain, drizzle and fog. Mild with temperatures falling no lower than 10C in moderate southwesterly breezes. However, it will be slightly cooler in the north with clear spells and minima there of 6C to 9C in light breezes."
Oh well, maybe next year.