No I am not telling you the weather forecast, but GoT fans would know what I am saying. "I look forward to seeing this one", she says, menacingly.
The video ends with an ominous shot of an undead horse traipsing through the snow towards the distant lights of Winterfell.
Seen up above, the latest - and greatest - preview for season 8 is a pretty meaty one that offers up all kinds of tantalizing teases and promises that the much loved fantasy series will go out on a high.
A flotilla of ships belonging to Euron Greyjoy, lead by his flagship Silence, are seen bearing thousands of armored troops, likely the Golden Company of Braavos enlisted by Cersei Lannister.
But what this trailer is really all about is our heroes' (and villains') preparation for the final battle against the Night King.
It's the moment Game of Thrones fans have been waiting for since the very first episode: the final, bloody confrontation between the show's heroes and the army of demonic White Walkers led by the Night King.
Winter has definitely come, and it looks icy.
Directed by Miguel Sapochnik, who won an Emmy for directing the acclaimed battle-heavy episode, "The Battle of the Bastards", Game of Thrones' final battle will be the longest sustained action sequence in cinematic history. It's a fight that Jon tried to warn Cersei about during last season, but she made it abundantly clear that she wasn't interested in helping him defend the kingdom if he wasn't ready to bow down to her as Queen.
"It was the most unpleasant experience I've had on Thrones", Ser Jorah Mormont actor Iain Glen added.