There’s a risk of flooding this morning with heavy rains all around the country.
Met Eireann has issued a Yellow Alert, warning that some “heavy or thundery pulses of rain Sunday night and Monday will lead to flooding in places”.
The alert is set to remain in place until 8pm this evening.
Conditions are even worse in the southeast where a Status Orange alert will remain in place until midday.
The forecaster said Waterford, Wexford and Wicklow can expect some “very intense falls of rain” with flooding in places.
Drivers are being warned to take care with dangerous road conditions expected.
Met Éireann said the outbreaks of rain will continue into the afternoon in most areas with further flooding expected.
“While a gradual clearance will develop in the southwest and west, heavy showers will follow the rain,” it said.
“Highest temperatures of 7C to 11C. Winds will slowly ease and veer westerly through the day before increasing fresh to strong and gusty over Munster later.”
There will be scattered outbreaks of rain tonight with mist and fog in patches.
Lowest temperatures of 0C to 5C with frost in places.