There's another weather warning in place for the whole country
It makes a change from snow and ice anyway.
Although we're used to snow and ice warnings with a number of those issued by the national forecaster this week, a wind warning has been issued this evening.
This particular warning impacts the entire country and is valid from 12 am tonight.
Met Éireann announced the alert at 5 pm this evening, warning that:
"Southerly winds will reach mean speeds of 50 to 60 km/hr with gusts of 90 to 100km/hr. The strongest winds will be in coastal areas".
Although it will be cold tonight with temperatures between -1 and +1C, it will get a little warmer as the night progresses.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 13, 2018
Temperatures will rise but that doesn't mean good weather because rain and wind are on the way.
Tomorrow morning is likely to be wet and windy with heavy rain and strong winds.
At the moment, it's predicted that the showers will ease off in the afternoon although there could be scattered showers later in the evening.
The cold spell isn't over though as forecasters predict it will return on Thursday and you can check out the forecast in full here.