A stormy night in Donegal has led to difficult driving conditions in various parts of the county.
Heavy rainfall has left large amounts of surface water on the roads.
The AA Roadwatch is reminding drivers that it takes longer to stop on wet roads, so slow down and keep further back from the vehicle in front.
Local reports coming from East Donegal are warning that spot flooding between Rossgier and Porthall is causing dangers.
The Status Yellow Wind and Rain warnings have been lifted in the north west, but drivers should be on alert for wind-blown debris.
“Be particularly mindful of vulnerable road users such as cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians,” said AA Roadwatch advisors.