The main models continue to weaken storm potential for Wednesday evening and in to Thursday and increase snow potential as the storm system looks to move further south.
With the reduction in the wind threat comes an increase in the snow risk.
The storm thread is here
At the moment all of Ulster and possibly northern counties of Leinster are in line for persistent and sometimes heavy snowfall.
This may yet change further. The ECM, for example, has snow potential even further south taking in more of Leinster and northern Connaught.
Given we are within the 48 hour timeframe big changes shouldn't be expected but still some uncertainty there.
For now the focus is Ulster - including Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal.
This could be disruptive for the province.
I'd go with 5 - 10 cm - locally more and on high ground. Looks a decent enough event.