Met Éireann report on the most extreme weather Ireland ever experienced on Christmas Day
They've also made an early prediction as to whether we can expect a White Christmas.
If anyone needs to keep on top of the weather around Christmas time each year, it is Santa Claus.
He obviously keeps a close eye on all of the forecasts from all around the world, and this year he appears to have joined the team at Met Éireann to talk about the extreme weather that Ireland has experienced on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day through the years.
So if you've ever wanted to know when it was coldest, or what year we had the most snow or the most rain, read up on Santa's full Irish weather Christmas Day report right here:
Meanwhile, Met Éireann asked folks on Twitter which weather they'd most like to see on Christmas Day, as well as giving a very early prediction as to what we can expect on the 25th:
Snow was the winner! ❄️
It's too early yet to give a definitive forecast for Christmas Day, although our latest guidance suggests it will be relatively settled, mostly dry with temps about average. A lot can change between now & then so stay up to date at https://t.co/dz6JbE5FIb
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) December 17, 2018