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Dublin: 10 °C Thursday 20 June, 2019

Severe frost and sub-zero temperatures hitting -3 degrees are in store for this weekend

It’s going to be a cold one.

THE COLD MORNINGS are set to continue into the weekend with temperatures dropping to below zero tonight leading to severe frost and icy patches.

Met Éireann says today will be cold and dry apart from some isolated wintry showers continuing into tonight when it stays mostly dry but gets colder.

It’s predicted that temperatures are to dip to between zero and -3 degrees in the early hours of Saturday.

Tomorrow is to be mainly dry with sunny spells breaking out but it will remain cold with temperatures of between three to seven degrees expected.

Looking further into the weekend, Sunday is predicted to be a cold and breezy day with fresh easterly winds throughout.

Scattered showers will continue to affect some areas with the west having the best chance of avoiding rain.

Highest temperatures are expected between 4 to 6 degrees with frost developing in places on Sunday night.

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

Read: Bring the brolly: We’re going to have a very wet start to the week >

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