The weather outlook for the week ahead predicts more snow and frosty weather for the north west.
Sleet and snow showers have been forecast throughout the week as temperatures stay bitterly cold.
Parts of the country will see overnight lows of -3C near the beginning of the week.
Tonight will turn cold again, with temperatures dropping back to between -2 and 0 degrees. Met Eireann has warned that widespread sharp frost and ice will form overnight.
Tomorrow, Monday, will be dry and sunny with frost and ice slow to clear in the morning.
“Staying very cold throughout the day with afternoon temperatures of just 2 or 3 degrees. A few showers are possible in the east, in light to moderate northeast winds,” Met Eireann said.
Wintry showers are a possibility on Monday night as temperatures drop again to between -2 to +1 degrees.
Tuesday and Wednesday are set to see similar conditions of cold days and freezing nights, with Thursday and Friday continuing cold with further wintry showers or longer spells of sleet or snow at times.