It was all so cute for a while, but with many of us entering day three of snowmageddon, cabin fever has well and truly set in.
So, what's happening right now?
As we stand, much of the South East is still experiencing persistent snowfall, drifts, sub-zero temperatures, and limited visibility.
The latest data shows significant falls blanketing the South East for the rest Friday, with the weather system tracking towards the north of the country.
This pattern is likely to continue over the next twelve hours or so before snowfall breaks into sleet and the odd rain shower.
Latest data from our high resolution model Harmonie.
Snow = White to Green
Rain = Blue to Red
Precipitation mostly of snow today.
Precipitation falling increasingly as rain on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/6Nd5qxnD3Q
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 2, 2018
Tomorrow will see a rise in temperatures of 2 or 3 degrees Celsius, along with broken sleet, snow and rain showers.
Sunday will see a noticeable improvement with temperatures rising to a comparatively warm 7 degrees, with 9mm of rain expected throughout the day.
This is when we should see the much-anticipated thaw move across the South East, melting most of the snowfall.
However, we're not out of the woods yet, as Met Eireann expect wintry showers to continue into late next week.