Temperatures To Drop Below Fre...


Temperatures To Drop Below Freezing Tonight


09:17 2 Apr 2019

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Don't pack away your winter woolies just yet! Met Eireann says temperatures in Dublin will drop below freezing tonight.

Elsewhere, a yellow snow-ice warning has been issued for Connacht, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Longford and Louth today until 1pm.

Today in the capital it will be cold and blustery with sunny spells and some showers, some of hail and thunder and highs of just 6 to 8 degrees. However, it will feel colder due to stronger winds.

Tuesday night will be clear with some occasional showers in brish winds. It will be cold with frost and ice forming in parts. Lows of just -1 to 2 degrees.

Frost and ice will clear on Wednesday morning. Tomorrow is expected to be a bright and blustery day in Dublin with sunshine and scattered showers of rain and hail.

Wednesday evening will be cloudy with patchy rain. Top temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees.

National Outlook

"The cold and showery regime will continue for a time but turning somewhat less cold for the weekend", Met Eireann has stated.

Wednesday Night

Wednesday night will be cold with frost in some areas and lows of -1 to 4 degrees. Showery rain and sleet with spread southeastwards across the country with a risk of some snowfall on mountains.


Another very cold day with a mix of sunny spells and heavy showers and the risk of hail and thunder. Highs of just 5 to 8 degrees. A mix of clear spells and showers on Thursday night with heavy rain in southern areas. Lows of 0 to 3 degrees.


Friday is expected to be cloudy and wet across southern counties. It will be drier further north with some sunshine. Highs of 7 to 10 degrees.

Friday night will be mainly dry however, there will be rain in Munster.  Lowest temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees.

Saturday & Sunday

Early indications suggest it will turn drier and somewhat less cold over the weekend according to Met Eireann. Showers are expected, mainly in the east and south of the country.

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