We could be in for another big freeze according to experts!
Forecasters are predicting snow and storms for Dublin over the coming months and in to winter.
However, there's no need to get the shovels and snow boots out of the shed just yet though, as they're not quite sure when it will happen.
“There’s likely going to be snow at some point in the Northwest, but we don’t know when.” according to Met Eireann forecaster Deirdre Lowe.
“Next week looks unsettled with a risk of storms.”
Although this week has seen a fluctuation in temperatures, with yesterday reaching 20C in some places, colder temperatures are expected to settle in very quickly.
UK experts have warned Ireland and the UK could be gripped by a 4 month freeze towards the end of the year with extreme ice storms, similar to the big cold snap of 2010.
That year marked the coldest December since 2010, when records began.
Forecaster James Madden said: “We are expecting a number of widespread snow events to occur during early December and then again around mid-month.