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Dublin: 13 °C Monday 16 September, 2019

It's going to be warmer today, but you'll still need to wrap up

It’s going to be spring tomorrow, though.

Bring the hat...
Bring the hat...
Image: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

THE FIRST SIGNS of spring are still a day away, as cold and frost set in across the country again today.

Met Éireann says that today will see cold and frosty weather in the morning, with motorists urged to take care.

Showers will set in across the west and north for a time, but it will be generally dry with good sunshine. That doesn’t mean it will be warm, though. Highest temperatures will reach around eight degrees with westerly winds.

Tonight will be dry with clear periods and lows of zero degrees.

Tomorrow, however, will see the onset of spring (albeit just for a few hours). Temperatures will reach double digits, peaking at 11 degrees with some light rain.

Friday and Saturday will see temperatures of 12 and 14 degrees, respectively. Positively balmy.

Read: It was the sunniest winter on record in some places in Ireland

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