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The cold may make history, with forecasters predicting a low of -6 degrees Celsius on Sunday

Dublin: The Met warns that the cold will create history in Ireland this time. Earlier in March 2018, the temperature dropped to -9 degrees Celsius. According to observers, the situation will be similar. Winter hasn’t bothered the country much in the last two years.

Heavy snow is expected in Dublin, the Wicklow Mountains, and the eastern seaboard today. In coastal counties, hail and snow are also possible. Lows of -5 are possible today and tomorrow. The temperatures will begin to fall again by the weekend.

The high temperature on Sunday will range from -2 to -6 degrees Celsius. In some places, the temperature is likely to drop further, said meteorologist Brendan Krieg. The country is currently on yellow alert. It is also possible to extend it. The weather warning has been extended until Monday. Even after that, it is expected that the cold and snow will continue.

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