Met Éireann has issued two weather warnings and a weather advisory for this week.
A status yellow wind warning has been issued for the whole of Ireland in a updated warning which was issued at 5:30am on Tuesday morning.
The warning says that mean wind speeds of 55 to 65 km/h with gusts of 90 to 110km/h are on the way.
“In western coastal counties winds may be even stronger temporarily later this afternoon and evening with severe gusts.”
It is in effect until 3am on Wednesday, 17th January.
The snow-ice warning from Monday has now been updated and a warning has been sent out to the whole of Ireland.
They say: “Snow showers will affect Ulster and Connacht tonight and will extend to most other areas late in the night and during Tuesday morning. Some accumulations of snow are likely, especially in northern and western areas and over hills elsewhere, along with some slippery conditions”.
That is also in place until 3am on Wednesday.
As well as this, a weather advisory has been issued for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick.
Met Éireann state that: “High or very high seas are going to affect the Atlantic Seaboard over the next few days, leading to an increased risk of coastal flooding.”
It is in place until 9am on Thursday, 18th of January.
Take care out there today, folks.