A Status Yellow wind warning has been issued for two counties
The bad weather hasn't disappeared just yet folks.
We've been dealing with some nasty weather for the past few days, and although it looked like things were starting to clear up, we're not all the way done with it quite yet.
Met Éireann has issued a new Status Yellow weather warning for both Wexford and Waterford.
The warning was issued at 11am on Tuesday morning, and will be valid from noon on Tuesday until 3pm on the same day.
Southwest or cyclonic winds are expected to reach 50 to 65 km/hr in the early afternoon, with it being at its worst near the coast.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) January 14, 2020
For the majority of the country, Tuesday will be a cold day with persistent rain extending across the country during the morning and early afternoon.
There's also a possibility it will turn to sleet in some areas and snow on higher ground. SNOW.
People in Munster and Leinster can expect heavy and possibly thundery rainfall, but the amounts will be smaller in the west and northwest.
Tuesday night will be cold and breezy, with clear spells and scattered showers, but most of them will be in the western half of the country, with a risk of hail and thunder, mainly on Atlantic coasts.