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Met Eireann forecast cold and snow will continue in Ireland

DUBLIN: The weather forecast is that it will continue to be cold and snowy in Ireland. The temperature will rise slightly but there will be no significant change in cold or snow. On Saturday, Ireland witnessed the coldest temperature in three years, minus 8 degrees Celsius.

More cold temperatures, rain and fog will continue for days in different parts of the country, Met Eireann said in a statement.

Met Eireann forecasts rain and drizzle in the west and northwest. But the south and south-east will be brighter. The south-eastern part also experiences high temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees.

The last time the temperatures fluctuated was in March 2018. The temperature was minus nine that time. Even the lakes at Monaghan and elsewhere had dried up by then.

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