If the Mets kissed the ground after arriving home early this morning, they are excused.

But even if they are done with snow and Siberian temperatures for this season, there is no such guarantee the Mets have received their last brutal bullpen performance.

Josh Edgin, Scott Atchison, Jeurys Familia and Jeremy Hefner were all pounded Thursday in an 11-3 loss to the Rockies on a 28-degree day.

The Mets (7-7) lost their third straight to complete a 3-5 road trip, with two games postponed by snow until later this year.

“The lack of scheduling shouldn’t be an excuse,” Jon Niese said, referring to a trip that sent the Mets through snowy Minnesota and Colorado. “But it was tough because it was tough to get into a routine.”

Now it gets tough because the Mets face the Nationals and Dodgers for six games at Citi Field, before the Phillies come to town for three games.

The marquee matchup is Friday night with Matt Harvey scheduled to face Stephen Strasburg, but unless the Mets get their bullpen problems fixed, it could be a long homestand.

Thursday the bullpen allowed eight runs over two innings, after surrendering seven runs over 5 2/3 innings in a loss to the Rockies in the second game of a doubleheader Tuesday.

It came unhinged for the Mets in the seventh, when Edgin, Atchison and Familia combined to allow six runs and put the Mets into a 9-2 hole. Dexter Fowler and Tulowitzki then homered against Hefner in the eighth.

“There’s guys that are here and certain roles that they play and they’ve got to start getting people out,” manager Terry Collins said. “We’re not doing that, and ultimately that’s going to be a concern.”