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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 18°C

# Brrrrrr

Last year
2022
Temperatures set to drop as low as -4 degrees tonight
It’s a cold one out there today.
Status Yellow snow-ice warning in place across entire country with 'icy stretches' in parts
The warning is in effect until 10am.
All time
Poll: It's September - have you turned the heating on yet?
Have you reached for that dial?
Nationwide Status Yellow snow and ice warning in effect with fresh wind warning for 3 counties tonight
The warning came into effect at 6am and will remain in place until 9am Wednesday.
Freezing night ahead as low temperature and ice warning issued for most of country
The weather warning will kick in at 9pm tonight. It will remain in place until 11am tomorrow morning.
PHOTOS: These brave souls took to the sea for a New Year's Day swim
Hundreds braved the cold to take their annual New Year’s Day plunge today.
Status Yellow warning in place for whole country as temperatures to hit -4 degrees
Wrap up warm.
Wrap up warm - this weekend will be freezing
There will be some snow on higher grounds.
VIDEO: Dublin, Cork and Galway stars 'get freezin' for a reason' by taking polar plunge
The ‘polar plunge’ aims to raise money for Special Olympics Ireland.
17 essential DOs and DON'Ts of the Ice Bucket Challenge
Here’s how to make yours as epic as possible.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was challenged to dump a bucket of ice over his head... and he did it
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Here's how aeroplanes are tested to go into -40 degree temperatures
This is why even if you crash land in the Tundra, you can enjoy movies on demand.
Bundle up: Temperatures set to plummet tonight
Showers experienced this morning will become more isolated later today before the frost sets in tonight.
US prepares for 'polar vortex' which could plunge temperatures to -51 degrees Celsius
Exposed skin could suffer frostbite in as little as five minutes in such conditions as the US National Weather Service described the weather as “life-threatening.”