Met Eireann have issued a weather warning for today with the west including Roscommon affected.
Wednesday will be very windy with strong to gale force Westerly winds, and the risk of stormy conditions in parts of the North and Northwest. It will feel bitterly cold with sunshine and squally showers, wintry in Northern parts with some snow on hills.
Bitterly cold and windy on Wednesday night with clear spells and wintry showers, the showers most frequent in Northern and Western areas with falls of sleet and snow on hills.
Winds will moderate on Thursday morning with sunny spells and scattered showers for a time. Heavy rain will move in from the Atlantic during the day with a risk of snow over parts of Ulster, and the risk of strong winds returning especially to Southern parts
Very cold and windy weather will follow for Friday with sunny spells in the east and southeast but heavy wintry showers generally. Highest temperatures only 3 to 7 degrees in blustery West or northwesterly winds.
Outlook for the weekend: Cold and blustery for Saturday with sunshine and showers. Milder on Sunday but with a spells of rain expected. Windy throughout