There's a chance of some snow in parts of the country tomorrow as Storm Arwen hits Ireland.
Status yellow warnings come into effect for Donegal, Mayo and Sligo at 3pm tomorrow.
Met Eireann says gusts of up to 110 kilometres an hour can be expected.
Chief forecaster Gerry Murphy says the strong winds could bring down trees and power lines:
"In general it will feel generally windy and quite raw, from tomorrow afternoon onwards, right across the country.
"As the day goes on tomorrow, then there is the possibility of wintry showers, which means those showers turning to sleet.
"In the hours of darkness, some of them could possibly come across and give us snow flurries tomorrow night."