It's set to be a weekend of unpredictable weather - with heavy rain, thunderstorms and even snow expected across the country.
Met Eireann has issued two yellow weather warnings.
The first alert is in place for the whole of Ireland. The forecaster warns of cold and very unsettled weather over the coming days.
"There will periods of heavy rain, with some severe downpours at times, especially in southwestern, western and northwestern counties with spot flooding. Some falls of sleet and snow at times there also."
Meanwhile, a rainfall warning is in place for Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare and Kerry until six o'clock this evening. Heavy downpours are expected in those parts.
Here's a day by day breakdown from Met Eireann:
Today will be cloudy with heavy rain and snow over high ground - with temperatures ranging between 3 to 8 degrees. There could also be some thunderstorms with hail.
Tonight will also be hold with more spells of heavy rain and possible snow and lows of 0 to 4 degrees.
A cloudy day with outbreaks of rain. The weather will improve greatly in the west and southwest of the country - becoming dry with some sunny spells and highs of 8 degrees.
Sunny spells will also develop in Dublin with temperatures ranging between 5 to 7 degrees.
There will be further spells of rain on Saturday night with some sleet and show. Lowest temperatures zero or -1 degree.
Sunday will be cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow.
It will become dry in most areas during the day with some sunny spells and scattered showers. Temperatures will rise to between 6 and 9 degrees in fresh locally strong westerly winds.