A Status Yellow snow and ice warning has been issued for Donegal
It's going to get even colder out there.
The weather at this moment really can't seem to make its mind up.
Every time you look out the window it changes from stone-splitting sunshine to freezing cold, or from a light breeze to torrential snow.
The good news is that it's due to be fairly nice around the county for Paddy's Day, so you can head to the parade with just a few layers on...
Although you might see blue skies right now, there's nothing to say that it won't drastically change by the next time you head outdoors.
And up in Donegal, it's definitely about to get a bit colder.
A status yellow snow and ice weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann for the county of Donegal, which will be valid from the early hours of Saturday morning until noon of the same day.
A spell of snow on Friday night and early Saturday morning will lead to poor driving conditions and accumulations of up to three centimeters. On high ground accumulations are likely to be greater.
You can read more about the weather warning on Met Éireann's official website here.