Weather warnings in place as 'big freeze' to last two more days
It's another day of changeable weather as Ireland continues to be hit by wind, sleet and rain.
A snow-ice nationwide warning will finish at 8pm today, after more than 24 hours.
A wind warning for counties Galway, Mayo, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick will also end today - at 10pm.
Forecasters said we can expect it to be "blustery and showery, heavy showers with hail and a risk of thunder."
The forecasters say that the winds will have a mean speed of 45 to 65kph and there will be gusts of up to 85kph. Western areas will be worst affected.
Tonight will be blustery or windy with further showers of rain or sleet.
Max temperatures today will be between four and eight degrees.
Lowest temperatures of one to five degrees are expected tonight.