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Ireland in minus four,… Met has issued a yellow alert tonight as well

Dublin: Ireland is experiencing bitter cold, with overnight temperatures reaching minus four in some parts of the country. Due to the extreme cold, the Met Office has also issued a yellow alert for tonight. The yellow warning is in effect from 10 p.m. tonight to 10 a.m. Friday, in anticipation of temperatures dropping to minus 4 degrees. There may be snowfall today.

Today’s high temperature will be between zero and +3 degrees. The Met Office also says we can expect sunny spells and some wintry showers in between.

The warning says that it will be very cold throughout the week. There is a possibility of snow on the roads and sidewalks.

There is also a possibility of black ice freezing on the road surface. The warning says that this will cause dangerous conditions. Temperatures may drop to -4 to 0 degrees overnight, with snow and ice covering the ground.

Meanwhile, the Met Office predicts wintry showers in some parts of the country. Wintry showers over Ulster today are also likely to move into the south of the country. Heavy snow is expected in the Midland counties and could affect motorists. Met Eireann advises drivers to exercise caution.

Connacht and Ulster, as well as parts of Leinster, will experience wintry rain and heavy snow. The temperature will drop to -5 to -2 degrees.

The rest of the week will see temperatures drop below zero at night and in some areas during the day. There is also the possibility of hail, fog, and snow showers.

The temperature will fall below zero by the weekend. The high temperature on Sunday will be +2 degrees. The temperature will drop to -6 degrees at night.

The Met Office said the bitter cold will continue until Monday. The current weather warning is in effect until Monday. The Met Office said there will be more weather warnings in the coming days.

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