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Dublin: 12 °C Monday 23 October, 2017
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Watch your step, frost and ice are coming our way

We’re in for another cold one.

THERE WILL BE frost and icy patches on untreated footpaths and roads in many areas this morning.

Met Éireann is also predicting some fog patches.

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Any frost and fog will gradually clear to a mainly dry day across northern and eastern areas with some sunny spells developing.

However, further south and west it will be cloudier with outbreaks of rain affecting parts of Munster, south Leinster and Atlantic coastal counties. Westerly winds will be light to moderate, with highest temperatures of five to eight degrees Celsius.

Tonight

Tonight will be cold with clear spells and little or no wind will lead to widespread severe frost and ice forming again on untreated surfaces. There will also be more widespread fog.

Cloud and patchy rain in the west will gradually extend eastwards later in the night, falling as sleet or snow in places towards dawn. Lowest temperatures will range from minus two to plus four degrees Celsius.

Tomorrow

Tomorrow is expected to be cold and bright with any frost, ice and fog slowly clearing to a mostly dry day with spells of hazy sunshine and some light showers.

Afternoon temperatures will reach four to seven degrees Celsius. In the late afternoon, cloud will thicken in the southwest with some outbreaks of rain developing in Atlantic coastal counties.

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