Met Éireann have issued a Status Yellow snow and ice warning for Leinster
It ain't over yet...
Many parts of the country are still feeling the affects of the snow from last week with water levels affected, schools closed and many roads impassable, particularly in Leinster.
Met Éireann have issued a Status Yellow snow and ice warning for Leinster on the back of these conditions.
The warning was issued at 10am on Tuesday and is valid until 10am on Wednesday.
They've warned that deep lying snow in places will continue to thaw, with the ongoing potential for localised flooding. Frost and icy conditions will develop overnight.
Night time temperatures for the next week are expected to drop as low as -4 degrees in places.
Tuesday will start off with frost and ice clearing leaving behind a cloudy and showery day. Afternoon showers will get heavier and more frequent in many parts of the country but it's expected the east of the country will miss most of the rain.
It's rather unsettled for the rest of the week with chances of some wintry showers over higher ground with frost and icy conditions overnight.