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Wrap Up

Bitterly cold week ahead with freezing fog, severe frost and temperatures dipping to -3 degrees

Heavy showers are forecast for today, with occasional hail and thunder in places.

THE WEATHER LOOKS set to become increasingly cold over the week, with freezing fog and severe frost expected in places.

Heavy showers are forecast for today, with occasional hail and thunder and temperatures as low as 5 degrees.

Tonight will turn cold and frosty as temperatures drop to -3 degrees, patches of freezing fog will also develop later in the night.

Tomorrow looks set to stay cold and frosty with Met Éireann forecasting that it will be “very cold for the rest of the week, with frost by night”.

A frost is expected to set in tomorrow night with heavy rain across Cork and Kerry and lowest temperatures of just 1 degrees.

It will stay cold and breezy for the rest of the week, with temperatures dipping to just 3 degrees on Friday.

For Friday night Met Éireann says it will be “bitterly cold after dark as skies clear, with a severe frost and the risk of ice”.

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