Sure, wasn't that a grand few days there where we had no weather warnings and no talk of snow and correct me if I'm wrong, I think some counties reported seeing this big yellow thing in the sky.
Anyway, we're back to the norm now it seems as Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow Low Temperature Weather Warning for the whole of Ireland
They say that the "lowest temperatures are expected to fall to between zero and -3 degrees generally, but may fall locally to -4 degrees with a widespread sharp frost."
The warning was put in place at 11am on Thursday morning and will be in place from 12:01am on early Friday until 8am Friday morning.
This news comes following talk about a "Pest From The West" storm hitting Ireland which we talked to a weather expert about yesterday.