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Dublin: 16 °C Saturday 26 May, 2018
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The weather's set to be snow joke this week*

*Sorry.

THE ‘TEMPESTUOUS’ WEATHER is set to continue, but maybe some people might get to distract themselves by building a few snowmen.

According to Met Éireann, we can expect the weather to be cold and dry tonight, with some frost, but we’ll have rain falling as wet snow in some northern areas.

By tomorrow, which is described by the national weather forecaster as one that will be cold and ‘raw’, there will be more hail, sleet and snow.

A ‘dusting of snow’ is likely almost anywhere, with some isolated thunderstorms.

Temperatures? They will reach as high as, ooh, five or six degrees near southern coasts.

Sadly, like our own temperaments, the rest of this week will be rather ‘cold, changeable, and unsettled’, with windy or possibly storm conditions likely on Wednesday, with some local flooding.

It’s enough to make you want to hibernate.

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