TEMPERATURES are expected to drop again tonight with Met Éireann forecasting a risk of frost and localised patches of fog in isolated areas of Munster.
Minimum temperatures of -1 to +5 degrees have been forecast.
Similar to today, temperatures are expected to rise tomorrow afternoon with conditions expected to remain mostly dry.
It was an eerie start in many areas of Cork earlier this morning as a dense layer of fog covered much of city and county.
The cross-river ferry between Cobh and Passage West was suspended this morning due to dense fog in the area but the service has since resumed.
A number of driving tests were also cancelled earlier today, due to the weather conditions.
Compounding this, icy road surfaces created challenging conditions for motorists to contend with roads in Togher, Crossbarry and between Midleton and Tallow reported as particularly tricky.
The foggy weather did make for a number of impressive shots snapped around Cork, in areas such as Ringaskiddy, Aghada and Crosshaven earlier today, however.
This afternoon, weather conditions have cleared with bright and dry conditions prevailing.
Wednesday is expected to remain mostly dry with a few patches of light rain possibly developing in places.
The national forecaster has stated that Wednesday will be "a bit milder than previous days with highest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees."
Similar conditions are expected to prevail for the duration of the week.