Probably not enough for a snowman, though…

An image of snow on trees and grass.

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Some parts of the country could see some snow this St. Stephen’s Day.

Although a status yellow warning for ice has now been lifted, driving conditions may still be tricky especially on sheltered or untreated routes.

The cold conditions are set to end tomorrow with unsettled weather expected for the rest of the week.

However, Met Eireann forecaster, Aoife Kealy, says those on higher ground today could see some flurries of snow.

“There could be a little bit of snow, but most of it will probably be over higher ground.

“Some of the showers may fall as sleet overnight and into tomorrow

“We’re not looking any significant accumulations as most showers will be of rain.

“But, some places might see a few flakes.”

Sounds like the snowball fights will have to wait.