Wet road warning issued to motorists in certain parts of country this morning
Published 29/03/2016 | 07:21
Motorists in certain parts of the country are being warned of wet roads this morning.
AA Roadwatch issued a warning ahead of rush hour to drivers in Cork city, Tralee, Castlebar and Portlaoise.
Roads nationwide are reported as being dry or damp in most parts, but commuters are being asked to "drive with care" if travelling in wet conditions.
In Dublin, the Luas service is back running as normal today.
Meanwhile, Met Eireann have forecast sunny spells this morning but reported widespread heavy showers to be developing, including thundery and hail showers.
Sleet is expected on high grounds in the west and temperatures are expected to be between seven and nine degrees Celsius.
Sunny spells this morning, but widespread heavy showers developing, some thundery & of hail. Sleet on high ground in west. Highs 7 to 9C.— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) March 29, 2016
Dry or damp in most parts but roads wet in Cork City, Tralee, Castlebar & Portlaoise so drive with care if travelling in those conditions.— AA Roadwatch (@aaroadwatch) March 29, 2016