IT looks like it is going to be a a wet few days across Derry and the north west.
A Status Yellow rainfall warning has been issued for the whole of Ireland.
Met Éireann says persistent and occasionally heavy bands of rain will sweep in from the Atlantic an will cross the country beginning tonight through to Tuesday evening.
The worst affected areas with are likely to be across Derry and the north west, say forecasters.
While some areas will remain below warning levels, there is a risk of localised spot flooding with a heightened risk of flash flooding in mountainous regions where accumulations are expected to be highest.
The warning is valid from midnight tonight until 7pm on Tuesday.
Met Éireann’s weather advisory for Ireland also says unusually high tides combined with strong winds gives an elevated risk of coastal flooding.
The UK Met Office has also issued a Yellow rain warning for counties Derry, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone.
Its warning, valid from 5am tomorrow until 3am on Tuesday, says heavy rain may cause some travel disruption and flooding.