You’ll be needing the de-icer this morning.
With a Status Yellow low temperature warning extending from yesterday until 10am today, Met Éireann is predicting a chilly week ahead.
According to the national forecaster, the outlook for the coming days is for “continued unsettled weather with rain or showers at times, temperatures a couple of degrees below the seasonal norm and winds from a variable direction.”
A cold start today with frost and patches of freezing fog, leading to difficult driving conditions. A dry and sunny day is expected with highest temperatures generally 6 to 9 degrees, a good deal lower where fog lingers into the afternoon. pic.twitter.com/3KNYzstkTS
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) November 18, 2019
This morning’s patches of freezing fog will be slow to clear, so do take extra care on the roads.
There is some good new however; after a cold start, a dry and sunny day is expected in Cork with highest temperatures of between eight and nine degrees, a good deal lower where fog lingers into the afternoon.
Lowest temperatures tonight will be between plus 2 and plus 4 degrees, while tomorrow’s forecast outbreaks of rain will clear leaving conditions mainly dry and sunny weather in the afternoon, with highest temperatures of between nine and 11 degrees.