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Dublin: 17°C Sunday 19 September 2021

Frosty nights, icy patches and wintry showers: Here's how the week ahead is looking

Frost and ice is causing treacherous road conditions this morning.

A COLD SNAP is being forecast for the week ahead, with Met Éireann warning of frosty nights and wintry showers.

Icy conditions are causing treacherous road conditions this morning, with motorists being advised to take extra care. Highest temperatures today will hit just 3 – 7 degrees.

Yesterday snow scenes were captured on the Wicklow mountains and surrounding areas:

Source: SkycamIreland/YouTube

Winter weather Jan 10th 2016 People build a snowman in Glencullen in Dublin as the unseasonably mild weather has come to an end Source: Niall Carson


Tomorrow will be cold and windy with frost and ice forecast for tomorrow night, snow could fall on higher ground as temperatures dip to -2 degrees.

Winter weather Jan 10th 2016 People walk through snow covered fields in Sally Gap, Glencullen Source: Niall Carson

Wednesday is set to be cold and cloudy with rain or sleet. The night will remain cold and frosty with wintry showers and lows of -2 degrees.

Met Éireann is reporting that the cold conditions will continue through Thursday and Friday with frosty nights and icy patches.

Winter weather Jan 10th 2016 A car drives through Sally Gap, Glencullen in Dublin Source: Niall Carson

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