It seems that wooly hats and thermal socks can go back into storage as forecasters have announced that "the worst of it is over" following this week's bouts of polar weather.
Far milder weather is expected this week and far less rain with only the West and North are expected to experience scattered showers.
Met Éireann has predicted a dry week ahead with temperatures between 9°C - 12°C expected.
According to their website, ''[It will be] a little milder today and for a time on Monday, but damp and breezy. A northerly regime returns by Tuesday with a resumption of cold, crisp and sunny conditions, but with showers for some'', with similar conditions to continue throughout the week.