Status Yellow wind and rain warnings have been issued as a spell of unsettled weather moves across the country over the weekend.
Met Éireann has issued a Yellow wind warning for Donegal, Mayo and Galway, with strong south or southwest winds gusting up to 100km/h forecast.
The warning came into effect at 3pm and will remain in place until midnight.
A separate Yellow rain warning has been issued for Cork, Kerry and Galway from 6pm until 6am tomorrow morning, with localised flooding possible in some areas.
It was an icy start for most areas this morning, but rain in the west will slowly spread eastwards across the country.
A Small Craft warning is in place until 4pm tomorrow for all coasts, with southwesterly winds reaching force 6 or higher.
A Status Yellow Gale warning came into effect at midday, with south to southwest winds increasing to gale force 8, occasionally strong gale force 9 on all Irish coastal waters and on the Irish Sea.
The warning will be in effect until 2pm tomorrow.