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Snow arrives, Met with a yellow alert for extreme cold

DUBLIN: The Met Office has predicted that temperatures will drop below zero early this week. A yellow alert has been issued in light of this situation. The alert will be effective from 6 p.m. on Monday and will continue until Tuesday morning. Met predicts that the country’s temperature will drop below zero starting today. As a result, snow will fall on roads and footpaths across the country.

The southern part of the country will be completely covered in snow, but the Met Office said it is not possible to predict what will happen to the northern part.

In the north of the country, the daytime temperature on Monday will be 4-5 degrees Celsius. The temperature will range between six and nine degrees in the south. Later, it will drop considerably. A Met Office spokesman said temperatures would drop to -4C tonight, with wintry showers and winds expected to hit northern coasts.

Tuesday will also be bitterly cold. The weather will be sunny and dry, according to the spokesman. There will also be widespread rain and snow, primarily in the north and north-west. The afternoon temperature will range between 4 and 6 degrees Celsius. Winds from the north will be moderate to light. Wintry showers will continue along the northern coasts tomorrow night. As a result, the temperature will fall below zero again.

The Met Office predicts that a milder air flow will begin to move from the southwest by Wednesday, with rain possible in the southern parts of the country.
Meteorologists are advising people, particularly motorists, to exercise caution in light of the snowfall. The yellow alert has been issued in anticipation of the spread of arctic air across the country.

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