Weather forecasters are warning of 'significant' snow and ice next week as cold air from Siberia is expected to descend on Ireland.
The weather event will last from the weekend until Wednesday at the earliest with significant accumulations of snow likely along the eastern seaboard in particular.
It's the same phenomenon that was responsible for the 'Beast from the East' in February 2018, which caused the heaviest snowfalls in Ireland since 1982.
But will it be as bad as that this time around?
Cathal Nolan, founder of Ireland's Weather Channel, joined us with more information.