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Spring is on the way - after a freezing cold weekend

Tomorrow will be frosty, then dry and bright with highs of six or seven degrees.

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SOME BRIGHT WEATHER will be seen across the country – after a freezing weekend.

Met Éireann says that today will see heavy and persistent rain as well as some sleet.

Tonight will see further outbreaks of rain and drizzle but the weather will clear from the east through the night and the cloud will break up. Frost will develop widely by dawn with lowest temperatures of minus one to one degree.

Tomorrow will be frosty, then dry and bright with highs of six or seven degrees.

Sunday will be largely the same, but will see rain in the evening.

While Monday will follow that pattern, Tuesday and Wednesday will show signs of spring. They will be sunny with highs of ten degrees.

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