Status Yellow warning issued for the entire country as fog set to develop
It's not quite Storm Barra, but you should still be advised...
Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow warning for all of Ireland.
The warning comes into effect on Monday evening (13 December) and will remain in place until the following morning.
According to the national forecaster, fog will develop in some areas across the country, leading to difficult travel conditions.
Though the warning is nationwide, Met Éireann hasn't identified any specific counties in terms of severity.
As a result, if you're planning on travelling anywhere at all on Monday evening or Tuesday morning, be on the lookout.
The warning is valid from 7pm on Monday until 9am on Tuesday.
Met Éireann has also issued two Status Yellow marine warnings, for whom they may concern.
The first warning stretches from Erris Head to Rossan Point to Malin Head and is valid from 11pm on Monday night until 3am on Wednesday morning.
Southwest winds are expected to reach gale force 8 on coastal waters.
As for the second Status Yellow marine warning, southwest winds will reach force 6 or higher on Irish coasts from Malin Head to Belfast Lough to Carlingford Lough and from Mizen Head to Loop Head to Erris Head.
This warning is also in place from Monday at 11pm until Wednesday at 3am.