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Temperatures set to plummet below zero over the bank holiday weekend with frost and ice expected

By Alan Fisher

October 26, 2019 at 10:06am

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Time to wrap up as the temperature is set to take a dramatic drop.

Things are about to get very chilly overnight as we can expect frost and ice tomorrow.

According to Met Eireann today will be mainly 'bright and fairly sunny day, though a few showers will develop'.

Tonight is then set to drop and 'lowest temperatures -1 to +3°C, in light northwesterly or variable breezes' before it gets worse tomorrow.

'Frost and any ice clearing early on Sunday to leave a dry and mostly sunny day.

However, a few light showers are possible along the North coast of Ulster. Highest temperatures 9 to 11°C in light to moderate north to northwest breezes.'

On Sunday night it's set to be 'cold, calm, clear and frosty with overnight lows of -2 to plus 2°C. some icy patches possible too'.

Things are set to pick back up again on Monday as 'highest temperatures 8 to 11°C in moderate easterly breezes, which will be fresh at times up along Irish Sea coasts.

Cold overnight with some frost and minima generally falling back to the low single figures'.

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