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There are some severe wintry conditions on the way in the coming days

Wrap up warm in the coming days folks.

File Photo MOTORISTS ARE BEING warned to take care on the roads as three separate status yellow snow-ice warnings have been issued across the country. File photo Source: RollingNews.ie

WE MAY BE into February – but that doesn’t mean we have licence to abandon the heavy-duty hats and scarves.

Met Éireann have just put a fresh snow-ice warning in place for the coming days. It’s a yellow warning – so of the lowest level, so awareness of what’s to come is all that’s required.

It’s set to affect all of Leinster; Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal in Ulster; Leitrim, Roscommon, and Sligo in Connacht; and Tipperary and Waterford in Munster.

The warning will be in place from 6pm tomorrow, Monday 5 February, until 6am on Tuesday morning.

There will be falls of snow from tomorrow evening, with accumulations of up to three centimetres possible in some areas – which means driving conditions on Tuesday morning will be less than ideal.

So take care and plan ahead.

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