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Dublin: 13°C Wednesday 10 August 2022
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Wrap up warm, it's going to be freezing later

Tonight will see more fog and frost in many areas.

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TODAY IS GOING to be another cold day in many parts of the country, with temperatures dipping below freezing later.

Met Éireann says today will be cold and mostly dry, but fog will linger in places this afternoon, mainly in parts of the midlands and northwest.

There’ll be some sunny spells in parts of the south and southeast, but it’ll be very cloudy in many areas. Temperatures will range from five to nine degrees in most places, but will be lower in areas with lingering fog.

Tonight will be foggy in many areas with some patchy drizzle likely in parts of Ulster. Frost will occur in the southern half of the country with temperatures ranging from plus one to minus two degrees. Temperatures will range from between two to four degrees further north.

Tomorrow will be mostly dry, though a few light showers may occur in the morning, mainly near eastern coasts and on high ground. It will be cloudy for a time, but some sunny spells will develop – especially in parts of the north. Highest temperatures will be between seven and ten degrees.

Sunday night will see patchy frost and fog develop again. Lowest temperatures will be in the region of zero to five degrees.

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