Two weather warnings have been put in place by Met Éireann as we all prepare for what has the potential to be one of the most "historical and memorable" cold spells that this country has ever seen.
The Status Orange weather warning that was put in place on Monday is expected to turn to Red and this map by WeatherOutlook.com shows just how hard the "Beast from the East" is going to hit the country.
This is the latest snowfall model for Friday which would see 17cm+ snow in north Dublin. pic.twitter.com/yMEg0I2yi1
— Declan Raftery (@unidub09) February 25, 2018
The latest snowfall model from the weather website shows that by Friday at 6pm there would be 17cm+ snowfalls in North Dublin while Dublin City, Wicklow, Kildare and Meath would see snow between 25 to 30+cms.
Most of the country will see snowfall of up to 10+cms by the end of the week.