Met Eireann has warned that the country may have to endure a chance of possible snow fall, sleet and wintry showers and a smattering of thunder over the weekend.
Mist or fog will slowly lift to give a generally cloudy day with patchy drizzle at times.
However, not all doom and gloom with a few sunny moments peeking break through during the afternoon with temperatures of 10C.
Staying mainly dry tonight with patches of mist and fog and lowest temperatures of 4 to 6 degrees with light winds.
For tomorrow, there will be patches of mist and fog lingering through the morning with afternoon highs of 8C.
Met Eireann said that at the weekend there is a risk of snow, sleet, hail and thunder all on Sunday.
According to the forecaster it’ll be a : “A mix of sunny spells and scattered showers on Sunday, some heavy with a risk of hail and thunder.
“Later in the day a more persistent band of rain will push into the west of the country with some wintry fall possible on higher ground.”
For Sunday night they added: “Wet and windy overnight on Sunday with heavy and persistent rain across much of the country and a risk of sleet and possibly snow on higher ground.”