A status yellow fog warning has been issued for Munster, which includes Waterford and Tipperary.
It'll take effect at midnight tonight and stay in place until 10am tomorrow.
Met Eireann says dense fog in places will lead to hazardous conditions on the roads.
⚠️#fog warning issued for Munster⚠️
Patches of fog will form overnight & tomorrow
Fog can lead to hazardous road conditions, so take care on commutes this evening and tomorrow morning 🚗🌫️https://t.co/l8JdKfwZt9 pic.twitter.com/ZfJcllGS4s
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 22, 2021
The RSA is also advising vulnerable road-users such as pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists to ensure they are clearly visible to other road-users by wearing high visibility clothing and using lights.
Other tips for road users include:
• Switch on dipped headlights and fog lamps if visibility is reduced
• As you enter fog, check your mirrors and slow down. Use your foot brake lightly so that your lights warn following drivers.
• Do not drive on the tail-lights of the vehicle in front (Target Fixing). This can give a false sense of security and you will be too close to be able to brake safely.
Gardaí and @RSAIreland are warning road users of the dangers posed by travelling in fog following a weather warning issued today. Check your car is in good working order, slow down and use appropriate lights. For further info: https://t.co/oeK5e4khYg https://t.co/1gH5QJ3yBh
— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) November 22, 2021