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Ice, snow and rain again…

Dublin: After a very short break, ice and snow are back in Ireland. The Met has issued a partial yellow alert for ice across the country.

It will be in effect across the country until 10 a.m. (St. Stephen’s Day). The Met Office said snow will continue in some places this morning.

It will be a hazardous driving situation on the roads, etc.As a result, the Met has advised all travellers to proceed with caution. This warning will be in effect from Monday at midnight to Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Meanwhile, in anticipation of similar conditions, the UK Met Office has issued yellow warnings for Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Tyrone, and Derry in Northern Ireland.

The morning of St. Stephen’s Day will be foggy. The Met Office said there will be a risk on the roads. There will be sunny spells, widespread rain, and cold weather. Snowfall is also likely in higher areas.

Typically, the highest temperature ranges between 3 and 7 degrees. The north will be the coldest. Moderate west winds are also possible.

There is a chance of rain and wind on Tuesday. In the afternoon, there will be showers in the Galway region, Ulster, Leinster, and Munster. Due to southwesterly winds, the maximum temperature will range from 8 to 11 degrees. The rain will clear by Tuesday evening, but rain and wind will return early Wednesday morning across the south. So the weather will be wet and windy throughout the day. The high temperature will range from 6 to 9 degrees. Wednesday night will continue with occasional rain and wind. So the temperature will reach 3 to 6 degrees.

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