Met Eireann has issues a status yellow fog warning for six counties for tonight. The warning will be in place for Dublin, Kildare, Longford, Meath, Offaly and Westmeath from 9pm tonight until 12pm tomorrow.
The fog formed will make road visibility poor and drivers are advised to take extra care. Slow driving and use of fog lamps or dim headlights will help avoid collisions.
Though the weather condition predicted is generally good for next week but certain days will be chiller and temperature can drop below zero degree Celsius.
Today and tomorrow will be mostly dry and cloudy with occasional bright or sunny periods. Patches of mist and drizzle are possible, mainly on south coasts and over hills, and the highest temperatures expected today will be between 5 to 10 degrees.
Monday will be dry and cloudy with patches of drizzle, mainly near south coasts.
On Tuesday night, temperatures can drop up to -2 in some parts of the country, though it will be milder in the southwest.
Wednesday will be a dry and less cloudy day with some sunny spells in the morning and afternoon. It will be a cold day with afternoon temperatures of just 3 to 6 degrees, a little milder in the southwest.