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Dublin: 10 °C Tuesday 22 October, 2019

Sleet, snow and sub zero temperatures on the way

It’s looking like a weekend to wrap up and get out those box sets.

SLEET, SNOW AND frost is being forecast for the weekend ahead with temperatures dipping to minus four degrees tomorrow night.

The sleet and snow is set to make an appearance on Sunday for what’s looking like a very cold and wet couple of days.

Tonight will be cold and breezy with ground frost and temperatures dipping as low as zero.

Tomorrow will be cold, bright and breezy, with a mix of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. Met Éireann is forecasting some scattered showers with hail or sleet in some areas, but many places will remain dry.

However, Saturday night will once again turn cold and frosty with icy patches as temperatures fall to between minus one and minus four degrees.

Sunday is looking very cold with a frosty start in eastern areas. Rain will gradually spread eastwards from western counties with sleet and wet snow in parts of Ulster and Leinster.

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Afternoon temperatures will be just 3 or 4 degrees in eastern areas.

Finally on Sunday night rain, sleet and snow will turn more showery with frost developing under clearing skies.

Read: The snow took a lot of us by surprise this morning – here are your pics…>

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