Information supplied by Met Éireann
Scattered heavy showers extending southeastwards to all areas early this morning, a few possibly thundery.
They will clear to the southeast by noon. Further showers in the west and north this afternoon, some wintry on high ground.
Highest temperatures of 5 to 10 degrees with moderate to fresh west to southwest winds, coldest in Ulster.
Early tonight will be dry and cold in many areas with frost developing in places.
Lowest temperatures of 0 to 4 degrees.
Showers will continue in the west and north, and these will spread eastwards later in the night.
South to southwest breezes will freshen overnight, clearing any frost.
On Friday, a deep Atlantic depression, which has been named Storm Barbara, will track eastwards well to the north of Scotland.
It will bring wet and windy weather over Ireland.
There will be a risk of stormy conditions in coastal counties of Connacht and Ulster.