Strong rain and floods have been set aside to ruin parts of Ireland tomorrow, Met Eireann warned.
Winds are expected throughout the country on Tuesday, while the winds become stronger before being compared later in the week.
But homes and businesses in the capital warn that Wednesday floods could hit them, as heavy showers hit.
Harman Luijkx said: "We have a week of distress in front of us. On Wednesday, East seems to have a strong rain, and the flood is likely to be in Dublin and other parts of Leinster.
"We are not exactly sure what part of the east coast will be hit worst, because the weather system is still too far away, but it will certainly affect many parts of Leinsteri."
Although direct flooding is not expected outside Leinster, the rest of the country needs permanent fog and rain.
Despite the wind and showers, warmer temperatures will expand across Ireland today with high up to 13C to 14C. But colder temperatures will return later during the week, dropping from 8 ° C to 10 ° C.
It is expected a little rest from the rain on Thursday, as the conditions have become lightly dried and settled for that day and early part of Friday.
However, it is expected that winds will be re-selected on Friday, as temperatures continue to cool.
Mr. Luijkx said: "The Thursday is expected to be dry with just sprayed showers.
"Then it may start to dry out Friday, but later in the day, more rain comes from south or southwest."
But in spite of flooding potential, head of Met Eireann insisted that extreme weather conditions that Ireland has seen over the last few months do not expect this week – there is no need to set a time alert.
He added: "Time will be enough disturbing this week, but it does not look like there's an extreme time on the charts.
"There is no need for warnings at this time. Some yellow warnings about rains may be needed, but not for now."