The Met Office have issued an early Yellow Be Aware weather warning for heavy rain and strong winds on Wednesday.
The Chief Forecaster said of the warning which covers from 3am to 1200pm on Wednesday
There is uncertainty over where the heaviest rain or strongest winds will occur, as well as the extent of any snow, therefore this alert will be updated closer to the time.
The full warning is
Another area of heavy rain is expected to move northeast across parts of Northern Ireland and Scotland during Wednesday morning. The rain may also be accompanied by gales or even severe gales briefly later on Wednesday morning, as it clears eastwards. Snow could also affect the Grampians and Northwest Highlands.
Please be aware of the potential for difficult traveling conditions on Wednesday morning, mainly from surface water on roads.
After the torrential rain fall earlier in the month, any rain will be falling on to already sodden ground, home owners and businesses are being told to prepare for the likelihood flooding again.
Keep up to date with the weather warning on the Met Office website.