Despite the already frosty conditions, the weather is set to worsen over the next 24 hours.
While some of the country has already experienced sleet and snow, as the mercury plummets again this evening, more areas will be faced with the arctic conditions.
According to Met Eireann, temperatures will drop as low as -6 degrees across the country this evening.
The forecast reads, “Very cold this evening and overnight with further wintry falls, mainly in the south and east, where there will be some snow accumulations on lower levels.
“Frost and icy conditions too resulting in treacherous conditions. Lowest temperatures of 0 to -6 degrees, coldest across Ulster and west Connacht.”
While there’ll be spells of sunshine tomorrow, it will remain bitterly cold with further chances of snow.
Met Eireann warns that there will be “some well scattered wintry flurries around, with northern countries seeing most of these. The east coast will also be a threat. Highest temperatures of 3 degrees.”
Wrap up warm – and stay safe!