Wintry showers of hail, sleet and snow are expected to stick in parts, and the forecaster's warning of icy stretches on roads and footpaths. The warning is in effect from 11am today until 11am tomorrow.
There's also a status yellow wind warning in place for Donegal too.
Tomorrow night will be cold with showers of rain or sleet, and some snow possible over high ground. In the afternoon a more organised band of rain and sleet will move into southern parts.
Temperatures will also drop to between -3 and 0 degrees.
Further showers will develop in the South and West during the day becoming more widespread in the evening with some hail, sleet and snow especially for high ground, and the ongoing risk of thunder.
Wintry showers will give localised accumulations of hail and snow, compacting to ice in some areas and leading to hazardous driving conditions.
Saturday will start cold and frosty with scattered wintry showers and some lying snow. Maximum temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees, coldest again in the north.
Temperatures will see highs of just 6° to 8°, with dipping temperatures a theme this weekend, while westerly winds will be strong and gusty, reaching gale force on coasts. Minimum temperatures of -3 to +1 degrees Celsius in a mainly light southwest or variable breeze will produce a widespread sharp ground frost with icy patches.
A frosty start with icy patches will lead to another day of widespread showers which will be wintry at times.
No, Samsung hasn’t sold 1 million Galaxy Fold
Many analysts previously expected that Samsung would sell about 400,000 to 500,000 units of the foldable phone this year. After a bunch of hardware fixes and design tweaks, the company relaunched the Galaxy Fold in September.
Manning to start vs. Dolphins; Jones ruled out
He won 125 regular-season games in 13 seasons with the Packers, and another 18 games in the playoffs, including Super Bowl XLV. Eli Manning will take his place and make at least one more home start.