Not much to celebrate here.
Storm Barra may have passed but there will still be some miserable weather in the days to come, according to the latest regional forecast for Munster by Met Éireann.
Heavy rain is expected to move across the province throughout Thursday before an evening that will see both clear spells and scattered showers. The night will be chilly, with temperatures of between 1 and 4 degrees.
Friday will be cold with sunny spells and scattered showers of rain or hail, with sleet possible on high ground. The showers will become isolated by early evening and cloud will increase, bringing patchy drizzle to the west coast. Daytime temperatures will be no higher than 8 degrees, with the prospect of a 1 degree on the cards once more.
Saturday will be cloudy, wet and foggy with the worst of things reserved for Munster, while the other provinces get off a bit more lightly. It is expected that the rain will become lighter and patchier as the day wears on. The night won’t be so cold, with temperatures of between 5 and 10 degrees expected.
Rain will persistent throughout Sunday and into the evening, with mild temperatures and breeziness to be expected.