Ireland Irish weather forecast: Met Eireann graph shows how cold each part of Ireland will be on Sunday night
Irish weather forecast: 'Colder than normal' week ahead with sleet, sharp frosts and icy patches
There'll be a risk of hail in the west tonightMet Eireann revealed we'll see "colder than normal" temperatures this week with sleet, a risk of hail, sharp frosts and icy patches.
Temperatures are set to plummet to as low as -4C in Ireland on Sunday night.
Met Eireann is forecasting freezing cold conditions over the next few nights.
And Sunday night is going to be extremely chilly, with many parts of Ireland set to experience subzero temperatures.
How cold will it be in my area?
According to a predicted weather map from Met Eireann, here's cold it will be overnight.
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Met Eireann confirmed that the rain will turn to sleet and snow in places , so it'd be a good time to take the winter woolies out.AA Roadwatch has said that snow is affecting part of the M7 between J15 Ballybrittas in Co Laois and J14 Monastrevin in Kildare.There are also reports of spot flooding near the M7/M7 merge near Naas in Co Kildare.Motorists are advised to slow down and allow space between the vehicle in front.Weather chiefs also warned that the mercury will drop below freezing tonight, which could cause build-ups of snow and sleet to freeze in places.
- Midlands -4C
- Clare -1C
- Galway/Mayo 0C
- Cork 0C
- Dublin 1C
- Kerry 1C
- Wexford/Waterford 1C
- Northern Ireland 1C/2C
Meanwhile, a few hail showers will batter some parts of Ireland on Friday, on what will be a chilly but mostly sunny day.
A forecaster said: "Frost will clear on Friday to leave a cold and mostly sunny day with just a few rain or hail showers in eastern coastal counties.
"Winds mostly light north or northeast in direction but moderate along the east coast. Maximum afternoon temperatures ranging 6C to 9C."
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Saturday will begin cold and frosty, with rain forecast for the west in the afternoon. The east will remain generally dry.
The forecaster added: "A cold bright start with frost clearing, but fog may linger in places into the afternoon.
"Thickening cloud will bring rain into western counties in the afternoon but the eastern half of the country will hold generally dry. Highs of 4 to 8 degrees Celsius.
"Frost in some eastern areas on Saturday night cloudier with rain at times further west."
Spot flooding expected as Status Orange warning issued for Tipperary and Waterford .
Spot flooding expected as Status Orange warning issued for Tipperary and Waterford with a possibility of spot flooding.Met Éireann issued the warning in addition to a Status Yellow rainfall warning for Cork, Kilkenny and Wexford. The Status Orange warning will be in place from 3pm today until 6pm tomorrow. © Met a ireann Met Éireann said: “Heavy rain during the period will cause spot flooding. Accumulations in excess of 50mm possible in some parts.”The Status Yellow warning for Cork, Kilkenny and Wexford is also in place from 3pm today until 6pm tomorrow.
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