All red and orange weather alerts in relation to Storm Eunice have been stood down.
Earlier, status red warnings were in place for Cork, Kerry, Clare and Waterford.
While several yellow warnings remain in place across the country.
A status yellow snow and ice warning is in place all day Friday until 10.00am on Saturday.
Falls of sleet and snow are forecast, with accumulations in some areas and icy stretches leading to "hazardous driving conditions".
While a status yellow wind warning is also in place until 6.00pm Friday.
Winds will reach speeds of 50 to 65km/h, with gusts of up to 110km/h.
A number of yellow warnings are also in place for Northern Ireland from the British Met office.
Bus Éireann says it is their policy not to run services in any county impacted by a red warning.
Services were cancelled earlier in Clare, Cork, Kerry and Waterford.
However they have since resumed.
Dublin Airport says departing passengers, and those meeting arriving passengers, should allow extra time for journeys.
A number of flights from Cork Airport were cancelled - as were some ferry sailings to the UK, France and Spain from Rosslare.
Passengers intending to travel are advised to check with their airlines or providers for information.
And schools are closed in nine counties that were affected by red or orange weather warnings.
Pupils in Cork, Kerry, Clare, Waterford, Donegal, Mayo, Leitrim, Sligo and Roscommon stayed at home on Friday.