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Dublin: 4°C Wednesday 3 March 2021

Wearing your thermals? You should be, it's Baltic out there today

It’s see your breath sort of weather.

Image: Salmon Neil

WE HOPE YOU had the electric blanket set up for last night, as temperatures plummeted to -7 Celsius in some areas of Ireland.

Temperatures are expected to be between 2 and 4 degrees at best in the east and north, but a little higher in the west and south today.

While Irish weather can be pretty brutal some times, despite the cold, it can still be pretty beautiful.

This morning is what is described as a beautiful frosty morning on the Emerald Isle, with many of you taking out the cameras to capture the scenes around the country.

So grab the hat, scarf, the thermal undies and head out for a nice walk. Enjoy!

unnamed (42) County Westmeath this morning. Source: Salmon Neil

unnamed (41) County Westmeath this morning Source: Salmon Neil

frosty Frosty morning on Mount Wolsely golf course. Source: Janine Redmond

40 -2 degrees didn't stop the locals getting in to the 40 Foot for a dip this morning. Source: Gay Devine

frost 4 Frosted web in Roscommon this morning. Source: Philip Duignan

Got any pics of the frosty morning? Send them to tips@thejournal.ie.

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