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UK News NI snow alert - up to two inches expected to fall across Northern Ireland next week

20:30  03 december  2019
20:30  03 december  2019 Source:   newsletter.co.uk

It's official - Ex-tropical Storm Sebastien is moving towards Northern Ireland - heavy rain, high winds and flooding expected

  It's official - Ex-tropical Storm Sebastien is moving towards Northern Ireland - heavy rain, high winds and flooding expected Ex-tropical Storm Sebastien will affect parts of Northern Ireland when it moves eastwards from out over the Atlantic Ocean on Monday and Tuesday.Whilst Northern Ireland looks set to see stormy conditions, it's the southern counties in the Republic of Ireland that will bear the brunt of the ex-tropical storm.

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Up to two inches of snow is expected to fall in various parts of Northern Ireland on Thursday December 12.

It was in an weather forecast overview that WXCharts predicted snowfall across the Province next week.

A blast of Arctic air and areas of low pressure across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland means an increase in wintry showers is much more likely.

Experts say they will be able to offer a more accurate weather forecast towards the end of this week.

Meanwhile, the weather forecast for Northern Ireland over the coming days is for winter sunshine and some showers.

NI braced for stinging -4°C Arctic blast this weekend - fog, frost and ice to form overnight

  NI braced for stinging -4°C Arctic blast this weekend - fog, frost and ice to form overnight A blast of Arctic air will see temperatures in some parts of Northern Ireland drop as low as -4°C this weekend.Temperatures in places like Strabane, Lisburn, Cookstown, Portadown and Lurgan will all drop below zero on Saturday.

"Cloudy with rain for a time in the morning before it becomes brighter in the afternoon with sunshine and a few showers," said the Met Office.

"Winds easing. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

The Met Office went on to say showers would remain from Thursday into the weekend.

"Cloudy and windy on Thursday with occasional rain, turning persistent by evening.

"Brighter on Friday with occasional showers.

"Cloudy with patchy rain on Saturday."

Stay up to date with the weather forecast in your area by visiting www.metoffice.gov.uk

NI snow now due to arrive earlier than originally thought - severe gales and heavy rain on way too .
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