A status yellow wind, rain and snow warning has been issued for Ireland ahead of the arrival of Storm Eunice.
Weather warnings remain in place today as Storm Dudley passes Ireland.
However, another storm is set to arrive after a only 'brief respite' tomorrow.
Met Éireann says Storm Eunice will track over Ireland on Thursday night and on Friday, "bringing very strong winds and falls of heavy rain, sleet and snow".
Forecasters say disruption is likely, along with a possibility of coastal and spot flooding.
Met Éireann says: "While there are still some uncertainty in the finer details on the exact track of Storm Eunice it will be wet and potentially very windy, especially over the south of the country where there could be some severe gusts.
"Heavy rain will push in from the southwest too bringing risks of spot flooding.
"While the rain will transition to sleet and snow over predominantly the north and northwest of the country, with accumulations possible."
The weather warnings are set to be updated on Thursday morning.
The current warning covers all counties and is valid from 1am on Friday night until 3pm on Friday afternoon.
A status orange marine warning will be in place for all Irish coastal waters and the Irish Sea throughout most of Friday.
Storm Dudley is expected to continue to bring strong winds throughout today, but forecasters say the winds will start to moderate towards the morning.
Thursday morning and afternoon are set to see blustery conditions, with bright spells and showers.