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The weather forecast for Ireland to be cold again this week

DUBLIN: The weather in Ireland is expected to be cold again this week. Although there will be no further temperature drops, the country will enter the “negativity” of cold beginning Tuesday night, according to the Met Office. Meteorologists predict that the weather will change overnight, with snowfall possible in many areas and a cold atmosphere.

Tonight will be cloudy and overcast, as per the Met. Rain and drizzle are possible in Ulster and Connecticut counties. Overnight temperatures will range between 9 and 10 degrees Celsius. There is also a strong wind blowing.

The temperature will range between 11 and 14 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. It will be sunny and dry, but there may be some wind and light rain in some areas.

The rain will begin in the west in the afternoon and move east in the evening. During the day, the temperature will range between 10 and 13 degrees. As the weather changes, the temperature will drop at night. Then it starts to get cold. This can cause snow and ice.

The sun will shine brightly all day, but intensifying wintry showers will bring a bitter cold on Wednesday. The daytime temperature will range between 5 and 8 degrees Celsius. Rain and snow are possible. Observers also say that there will be heavy winter rain on the west and north coasts during the night. The minimum temperature in the country will be between -1 to +3 degrees.

Thursday will be sunny and dry. However, by the afternoon, the sky will be cloudy. Light rain will also fall in the Atlantic regions. Temperatures will rise to six to nine degrees in the afternoon, according to the Met Office, with northwesterly winds.

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