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Dublin: 5 °C Tuesday 25 February, 2020

Goodbye mild November: Severe frost, freezing fog and temperatures dropping to -3

Widespread frost is due to set in quickly after dark.

SEVERE FROST IS being forecast for tonight, with temperatures dropping to between zero and minus three degrees.

Met Éireann is warning that “ice could form on untreated roads and paths and there is also a risk of patches of freezing fog”


The forecaster says the frost will set in “quickly after dark” but on the bright side, there will be “little or no wind”.

As for tomorrow, it will start cold but frost and fog will clear to a mostly dry morning.

But that won’t last very long.

It looks like it’s back to rain and drizzle later in the morning with even more ‘persistent rain’ to look forward to in the afternoon and evening.


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