The next few days are looking very unsettled. The Atlantic is being unleashed with an onslaught of wind, rain and some very cool conditions for the time of year.
A dartboard low will cross Ireland on Thursday with driving rain and gale force winds.
Temperatures on Thursday may get no higher than 7 or 8C in places with the wind and rain keeping it unseasonably cool.
Very windy at times, particularly across western and southern coastal areas with winds up to 80km/h at times.
The weekend will be chilly with heavy possibly thundery showers crossing the country in stiff north-west winds.
Remaining very chilly into Saturday with temperatures struggling in the single digits across a large part of the country.
Remaining unsettled up to about Tuesday with rain or showers never far away and temperatures on the cool side.
There is a chance of higher pressure setting up next week but it looks like we will remain on the cool side of the ridge with winds possibly switching into the north.