Met Eireann has today issued two weather alerts for Ireland.
A Status Yellow snow-ice warning is in place for the entire country from 5am on Friday until midday on Saturday.
The forecaster warns that scattered snow showers are likely, most frequently in Connacht and Ulster.
Meanwhile, a Status Yellow low temperature warning is in place from 11pm tonight until 11am tomorrow.
Temperatures may fall as low as minus 4C in places.
LOW TEMPERATURE WARNING and
SNOW-ICE WARNING issued by Met Éireann
Low Temp warning valid Thurs 11pm to Fri 11am
Snow-Ice warning valid 5am Fri to 12pm Sat
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— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 23, 2017
The warnings are in effect due to a 'polar low' over Ireland in the coming days.
Conor Faughnan from the AA says people need to be careful on the roads.
He said: "In icy conditions, motorists are the ones who have to take care, cyclists will do their best but they are on imperfect infrastructure and sharing road space with us.
"The driver is the one who has to take extra care, treat secondary roads in particular with great suspicion."