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Ireland 'Winter storm' to hit Dublin as Met Eireann predict sleet and snow

11:55  14 january  2018
11:55  14 january  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Met Éireann , the Irish National Meteorological Service, is the leading provider of weather information and related services for Ireland. Forecasts. Dublin Outlook. 24 Hour Forecast.

One metre of snow could hit parts of Dublin and Wicklow. Public told to remain indoors from 4pm. And Met Eireann ’s Evelyn Cusack said we could see a METRE of snow as wind speeds of 110kph are predicted .

Pauline McDonald Twitter © Pauline McDonald Twitter Pauline McDonald Twitter Dublin will be hit by a winter storm bringing heavy rain, sleet and a touch of snow.

That is according to Met Eireann who predict stormy weather will develop in the capital mid week.

Before that, low temperatures and the chance of snow will dominate Sunday and the start of the week.

A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Fog will clear quickly this morning as southwesterly winds freshen.

"Otherwise dry and bright for the first half of the day but cloud will increase in the afternoon with rain developing towards evening.

"The southwesterly winds will also freshen through the day. Highs of 7 to 9 degrees.

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"Rain will continue for the first half of the night with the rain turning to showers later on. Southwesterly winds will become more westerly in direction through the night. Lows of 4 to 6 degrees.

"Monday will be a cold bright day with heavy showers at times. Daytime temps will be around 5 or 6 degrees in blustery westerly winds.

"A cold, windy Tuesday with widespread heavy showers merging to longer spells of rain across the western half of the country; some of the showers will be wintry. Highs of 2 to 5 degrees."

From Wednesday, conditions will worsen as the winter storm moves across the country.

The forecaster added: "Cold and windy for much of Wednesday with further showers.

"Temperatures rising during the evening as heavy rain and strong winds develop overnight with the passage of a winter storm across Ireland."

Thursday and Friday will again be the same with very wintry weather.

From wild to mild! Temperatures set to hit double figures .
We are going from cold, wet and wild to fierce mild – as temperatures will hit unseasonal highs of 12C this week. After last week’s snow, sleet and frost, which was followed by heavy rain and flooding at the weekend, the good news is that temperatures are set to stay above 10C for at least the next 48 hours.

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