AA Roadwatch are warning motorists of dangerous driving conditions this morning on the N4 between Carrick on Shannon and Sligo due to excess surface water.
There has been heavy overnight rain in all areas of the North West which follows Strom Clodagh which hit the area on Sunday.
This morning will be wet with persistent rain in all areas and strengthening southwest winds. The rain will fall as sleet or snow in parts of Ulster. This afternoon, the northern half of the country will become dry and very cold with temperatures of just 3 to 6 degrees. It will continue wet and windy further south with temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees.