Met Éireann’s weather warnings for wind and rain have now been lifted in Galway – but there is more rain incoming after a brief spell of brighter weather today and tomorrow.
Tonight (Wednesday) will be cold and dry, with a widespread frost and some icy stretches on roads.
Lowest temperatures of -2 to +1 degrees are forecast and there will be mist and fog which could be dense in places.
Thursday will be mostly dry, and some bright spells will develop again after the frost, ice and fog clear away in the morning.
Cloud will increase from the west during the afternoon though, with some patchy drizzle at times.
It will also turn breezier through the day as light to moderate southerly winds increase fresh to strong. Highest temperatures of 8 to 10 degrees are forecast for Thursday.
Friday will see a return to rain with widespread rain turning heavy in places.
Rain will slowly clear northeastwards through the day, but widespread showers could be heavy or thundery, with hail possible.
Afternoon temperatures will be between 7 and 11 degrees in light to moderate southerly winds.