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Temperatures will rise today, giving a temporary reprieve to the cold weather, says Met

Dublin: More than a week of arctic weather says goodbye for now. Temperatures in parts of Ireland are expected to exceed 13 degrees Celsius on Sunday, according to the Met Office.

A light breeze from the Atlantic will warm the cold, causing daytime temperatures to rise across Ireland on Sunday and Monday. The Met Office predicts that the temperature will range between 11 and 13 degrees.

At the same time, the Met does not rule out the possibility of rain. The sky will be cloudy.

In the meantime, the UK Met Office has stated that no change in the cold weather in the UK is expected on Sunday. Rain, freezing cold, and snow will cause severe conditions, the Met Office said.

Yellow Alert

Due to extreme cold and snow, the Met issued a yellow alert for 22 counties in Ireland yesterday.
Observers also warn that the snowfall will create road hazards.

The temperatures will rise this afternoon, but snow, rain, and wind will continue till Tuesday, the Met said.

A 9 a.m. Sunday morning alert has been issued for all counties except the southern coastal counties of Kerry, Cork, Waterford, and Wexford.

A high of 10 degrees Celsius is expected on Sunday night. There may be widespread rain. This can lead to spot flooding.

Due to the continued rain and wind on Monday, flooding is possible in the southern and western counties. The temperatures, however, will remain between 10 and 13 degrees.

Tuesday night will be clear but cold, with rain and light snowfall. The minimum temperature will be 3 to 5 degrees Celsius.

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