Might as well get the ball rolling here so as to put the other thread to rest finally.
Areas most at Risk:
During Saturday evening a much colder northwesterly airflow will become established over the country bringing heavy snow showers to primarily (but not exclusively) the western half of the country Saturday night and more widespread through Sunday with accumulations likely (finally some daytime snow ). Snow showers will continue in western and northern areas through Sunday night and Monday (occasionally some drifting to eastern parts).
On Monday evening rain moves in from the west and could turn to snow for many but, if not, particularly the northwest is at risk. It may also turn to snow more generally before moving in to the Irish sea later Monday night.
Keep an eye on this as any snowfall would be significant.
Night time temperatures will range 0 - -5c during Saturday, Sunday and the first part of Monday night. Temperatures during Sunday will also be very low - just above freezing generally but lower where snow lies.
This looks disruptive for the western half of the country and occasionally could be disruptive in eastern parts also especially Saturday night and in to Sunday.
Most of all enjoy it if you can