You'd think with the May banking holiday looming we'd be able to turn our attention to summer!
Well that's not the case, because the Irish weather has shown it's unpredictably once again.
Temperatures this week are set to drop below freezing from Monday, so don't go putting away that big winter coat just yet.
Monday will be very cold and windy, with clear spells and showers, with some turning to hail and sleet, with a risk of snow over high ground.
Minimum temperatures will be between 0 and 4 degrees, with frost in places.
Tuesday will be cold and windy, with sunny spells and occasional showers, mostly of rain or hail, but some sleet is possible.
Many of the showers will be heavy, with a high risk of scattered thunderstorms.
Wednesday, will start to look a bit more like summer with temperatures still very cold, but a bright day, with sunny spells. Some scattered showers will also appear, but temperatures will be higher and range between 8 to 11 Celsius.
It looks like the only option this week will be to binge on some Netflix to escape from the bad weather. Have look at the trailer for the latest docu-series that everyone is talking about here.