The Square captured under a blanket of snow last night at 8pm (photo by Adam Matthews)
Louth is set to be battered with "very strong winds" and gusts of up to 110 km/h.
Met Eireann has issued a Status Yellow weather warning from
The national weather forecaster said: "Wind Warning for Munster, Leinster
"Southwest to west winds will reach mean speeds between 50 and 65km/h with gusts between 90 and 110 km/h."
There will also be "high seas along Atlantic coasts" with a risk of "coastal flooding".
The weather forecaster also says "rain will turn to sleet and snow leading to significant accumulations of snow" in countries in the North of the country.
Co Louth was hit by a flurry of snow last night.
Louth County Council gritted roads from
Rain showers throughout the night and a temperature increase overnight also helped to clear
Met Eireann's forecast for today says: "Frost, ice
"Fresh to strong and gusty westerly winds will gradually moderate through the day. Cold with afternoon temperatures of just 3 to 7 degrees."
By tonight Met Eireann says we can expect very windy conditions "as a spell of heavy rain spreads eastwards and clears to scattered showers later in the night."
And there may still be more snow in store. Met Eireann says: "However, in the north rain will turn to sleet and snow leading to significant accumulations of snow.
"Westerly winds will be very strong with severe gusts over Leinster, Munster