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It will continue to be cold in Ireland for another week, not as severe, but…

DUBLIN – Although there was no significant snowfall last week beyond the alarming forecasts, Ireland’s weather will remain cold next week. Despite forecasters predicting no significant snowfall this year, the Met predicts that the rain will continue as it did last year.

The Bureau of Meteorology predicts that average temperatures in Connacht, Ulster, and Leinster will remain between 1 and 5 degrees Celsius over the next week, with conditions in Cork expected to improve.

Rain and snowfall are also expected in parts of the country on Saturday, with an orange weather warning for snow in effect for most of the country until Friday morning, with the exception of Mayo and Donegal. Snow had a significant impact only in certain areas.

Rain and moisture from the Atlantic will keep Ireland cool until Saturday night, but Sunday will be drier. Temperatures will range from 7°C in the north to 11°C in the south on Sunday, with scattered showers.

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