Once Storm Callum passes, here is what the weather will be like for the rest of the weekend
One word. Rain.
After a day and night of some serious blustery weather, it looks like things will be picking up ever-so-slightly for the weekend, but don't get too excited.
There is still a lot of rain and wind on the way, just less than there was on Thursday and Friday.
Storm Callum's weather warnings will be lifted by 5pm on Friday evening, but things will be remaining pretty wet and windy, according to Met Eireann:
"There'll be showery rain in the southwest this evening, that will be heavy for a time. Otherwise the night will be mainly dry to start. Overnight another spell of heavy rain will develop in the southeast, becoming widespread by morning. The winds will be light variable in direction tonight although still strong for a time in the southeast. Lowest temperatures tonight, 9 to 11 degrees."
Things will continue in that manner for the rest of the weekend, too.
"Saturday will be wet nationwide with spells of heavy rain. The rain will break up in the afternoon in places but is likely to continue through Connacht and Ulster until evening. Temperatures will be between 11 and 15 degrees and light variable winds early on will become fresh to strong northwesterly along the west coast."
"Sunday will be mostly dry to start with good sunshine for the morning, and scattered showers developing for the afternoon. Temperatures 11 or 12 degrees with mainly moderate southwest winds falling light southerly later. Lowest temperatures Sunday night about 5 or 6 degrees."