Met Eireann is forecasting a week of changeable and wintry weather for Ireland, with more snow on the way.
Temperatures are expected to drop this week to bring more cold and frosty weather.
The risk of snow will arrive on Wednesday, forecasters say.
Tonight however, could also carry the risk of flooding in Donegal. There will be rain in all areas this Monday. “Heaviest and most persistent over Donegal and the southern half of Ulster, where some local flooding is possible,” Met Eireann said.
Tuesday will also be wet, before conditions turn colder from Wednesday.
“Sunny spells and showers of rain, hail and sleet for the remainder of the week and next weekend, with temperatures a few degrees below normal and a widespread frost each night,” said Met Eireann.
We could be seeing lows of -3C again later in the week, with some showers having a wintry mix of hail and snow on high ground.