A status yellow snow-ice weather warning that came into effect overnight is to remain in place until early tomorrow.
Met Éireann says some accumulations of snow are likely especially in northern and western areas and over hills.
The Road Safety Authority’s warning motorists to drive with care in the slippery conditions.
Meanwhile, a wind warning’s in place for all coastal counties from Donegal to Cork with westerly winds gusting up to 110km an hour – and possibly higher on exposed coasts this afternoon.
Atlantic counties are also subject to coastal flood warning, due to high or very high seas along Atlantic coasts, between now and Thursday morning.
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