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Ireland Irish weather forecast: Met Eireann warns of 'wintry rain' as temperatures to plunge to 0C

09:50  08 january  2020
09:50  08 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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MET Eireann have warned that temperatures could plunge below 0 C this bank holiday weekend - as conditions across Ireland turn "bitterly cold" and a And a rain warning for Wexford and Waterford has been issued from 10am tomorrow until 6am on Saturday. Met Eireann say: "Heavy thundery rain

Met Eireann issued the Status Yellow alert as temperatures are set to plunge to as low as 0 C on Friday night. The weather warning will be in place until Saturday at 10am. "The rain will clear later in the night and temperatures will drop back to freezing, giving some frost and a risk of ice on roads.

Ireland could experience "wintry rain" on Wednesday night as temperatures are set to plunge to 0C.

Met Eireann is forecasting a cold and windy night, with the possibility of heavy rain.

Earlier on Wednesday will see sunny spells and scattered showers. Highs will range from 7C to 9C.

a close up of a map: A weather map for Wednesday night shows sleet hitting the midlands © Provided by Irish Mirror A weather map for Wednesday night shows sleet hitting the midlands

A forecaster said: "Mostly dry on Wednesday with sunny spells, and well scattered showers.

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MET Eireann have warned of spot flooding and heavy downpours across Leinster today as a weather warning remains in place until tonight. "Highest temperatures of 7C to 10C in moderate northeast winds. "Sunday night will begin dry with some early frost but a spell of rain will spread from the

"Cloudier across southern coastal areas with rain moving in here, possibly extending to southern counties later.

"A cool day with highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees, in light to moderate southwest breezes."

The national forecaster predicts that rain early on Wednesday night will become widespread.

And the weather chiefs have also warned of heavy rain hitting some areas, as well as "wintry rain". Frost may form as temperatures begin to dip.

a close up of a street: Wintry rain could hit some areas (stock) © Provided by Irish Mirror Wintry rain could hit some areas (stock)

The forecaster added: "Outbreaks of rain across southern counties early tonight will become widespread overnight, with some wintry rain possible.

"Some heavy falls will occur with strong winds developing later too. Cold with frost for a time; lowest temperatures of 0 to 3 degrees."

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MET Eireann have warned of bitterly cold weather setting in over the weekend, with temperatures plummeting to -3C. A Met Eireann forecaster said: "Tomorrow, Saturday, across Munster and south Leinster it will be cloudy with a risk of rain on the coast in the morning, elsewhere will become mainly

MET Eireann have warned that some areas could be at risk to "surface flooding" today as rain and cold temperatures continue across the country. Weather bosses have said that showers will affect parts of the northwest and also eastern coastal districts at times today with the risk of some surface

The heavy rain overnight should clear east by Thursday morning.

Rain is not expected by then but it could become misty and foggy.

"Heavy overnight rain across the eastern half of the country, will clear into the Irish Sea through the morning.

"Becoming dry and calm, but rather misty or foggy for a time.

"Later on, a few showers will arrive into the northwest and brisk northwest winds will set in. Feeling cold with highs of just 5 to 8 degrees."

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