There's certainly a chill in the air today, but temperatures could dip even lower over the course of the weekend, according to the latest forecast from Met Éireann.
Tonight will remain predominantly dry with clear spells, with lowest temperatures ranging from 1 to 7 degrees.
Tomorrow, Met Éireann has forecast a "dry day with spells of autumn sunshine".
It will be fresh with northerly breezes with highest temperatures ranging from 12 to 14 degrees.
Saturday night, temperatures are again set to fall, as Met Éireann says it will be a "dry, calm, cold and mostly clear" night "with lowest temperatures ranging a chilly -2 to +2 degrees Celsius".
"Some frost will set in, along with mist and fog patches," the national forecaster also stated.
Sunday will be cold and crisp to begin, "with spells of autumn sunshine and light southerly breezes".
Highest temperatures will range from 13 to 17 degrees.
Scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle will move in across Ireland overnight on Sunday with lowest temperatures of between 5 and 12 degrees.
Early indications suggest the beginning of next week will bring mixed weather.