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Mild Mild West

It's going to be cold overnight - but some milder weather is around the corner

Tonight will be cold with temperatures dipping as low as minus one Celsius.

THE WEEK OF national weather warnings has abated, but cold weather is still going to be seen overnight.

Today will see a cold and blustery start with some showers and patchy frost. It will become dry in most places with sunny spells, though showers will hit coastal areas.

Tonight will be cold with temperatures dipping as low as minus one Celsius.

Tomorrow will bring a mix of cloud and bright spells with some scattered showers and temperatures of up to eight degrees.

Met Éireann says that Sunday will be “much milder” than recently. Temperatures will climb to up to 11 degrees. Monday will be similar, with Tuesday seeing temperatures of up to 13 degrees.

While Met Éireann does not forecast that far in advance, a white Christmas in Dublin is 3/1 with bookie Paddy Power.

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