These are the areas set for snow this weekend, according to Met Éireann
So, we can all agree that the weather has been bonkers over the last few weeks.
We've had rain, snow, sun and mad wind - all seasons wrapped into a two week period.
And it seems as though the weird weather is continuing, with the weekend set for a lot.
According to Met Éireann, Saturday night will be cold with showery rain, merging into longer spells of rain at times.
"However, rain will turn to sleet and snow in the northwest and north and over higher ground."
There is also the risk of some hail. Lowest temperatures of 0 to 3 degrees with moderate to fresh westerly winds.
"Sunday will be a very cold day with sunny spells and scattered showers. Over the northern half of the country showers will be wintry with the risk of hail. Highest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees with fresh, gusty westerly winds, strong in coastal areas."
"On Sunday night scattered showers will become confined to the west and north with some turning wintry, especially over higher ground."
"But elsewhere showers will become isolated with good clear spells. It will be cold with lowest temperatures of 0 to 2 degrees with frost and icy patches."
Although, next week, things will warm up slightly.
"Monday will not be as cold as cloud increases and winds back southerly. It will be mostly dry apart from a few spots of drizzle. It will become dull or cloudy with patchy rain and drizzle affecting Atlantic coastal counties by evening and quickly spreading eastwards later in the evening and early in the night."
"Top temperatures will reach 7 to 10 degrees in a freshening southerly breeze. The rain will become persistent and heavy on Monday night and clear southeastwards to scattered showers."
We want summer. Immediately.