Snow Forecast In Parts Of Irel...


Snow Forecast In Parts Of Ireland This Weekend


10:57 12 Dec 2019

Share this article

It's set to snow in parts of Ireland this weekend, according to Met Eireann.

The forecaster is predicting raw and very frosty conditions with showers turning "increasingly wintry" on Saturday evening/night with temperatures dropping to -3 degrees.

"Feeling raw this weekend; bright sunshine but wintry falls in places too. Very frosty at times also, with some icy stretches", the official outlook reads.

Here's the national forecast for the coming days:

Friday Night

Clear spells and scattered blustery showers are expected on Friday night. Showers will turn wintry across Atlantic counties at times. There'll be frost in sheltered areas. Low of 0 to 3 degrees in brisk westerly breezes.


A very cold day with brisk winds. Sunshine and scattered wintry showers will turn increasingly wintry after dark.

Highs of 3 to 6 degrees. Overnight lows of 0 to -3 degrees.


Lying snow is expected on Sunday morning across parts of the west and north midlands . There will be frost and ice in parts.

Another cold day with highs of only 3 to 7 degrees and a mix of scattered wintry showers and winter sunshine.

Breezy at times across the southern half of the country.

Temperatures are expected to drop to -3 again after-dark.


Monday will begin extremely frosty with some icy stretches.

Most areas will stay dry and bright. It will be another cold day with below normal temperatures.

Head over here to see Met Eireann's forecast for Dublin today.

Follow @98FM on Twitter for the latest Dublin news


Share this article

You might like