Dubliners are advised to wrap up warm next week as the entire country looks set for even more cold weather.
Met Eireann have issued a Status Yellow Advisory warning for the entire country.
Exceptionally cold weather is forecast for the week, with significant wind chill and severe frosts expected.
There is even a chance of snow from Tuesday.
Weather Advisory issued by Met Éireann.
Exceptionally cold weather forecast for next week.
Note: this is an Advisory. Warnings will be issued nearer the event. pic.twitter.com/a77xWfJMYr
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) February 23, 2018
Met Eireann say they will issue additional warnings next week.
The cold weather is due to high pressure over Scandinavia which is affecting our weather.
This weekend will also be chilly, with top temperatures of just 4 to 6 degrees in Dublin on Saturday.
Temperatures are expected to drop to between -2 to 1 degree with a widespread sharp frost.
Sunday will be dry and sunny day but will be cold, with top temperatures of just 4 to 7 degrees which could drop to as low as -3 degrees overnight.