A Status Yellow fog warning remains in place in Cork this morning
Be careful out there.
With many parts of Cork covered in dense fog, Met Éireann has warned that driving conditions will remain dangerous until at least 12pm today.
The forecaster issued a nationwide Status Yellow Fog warning at 10pm last night, updating the alert this morning.
Level yellow fog warning for Ireland, valid until 12 noon today:
Update: Dense fog in many areas this morning with
locally dangerous driving conditions.https://t.co/ozrQHtoOkt pic.twitter.com/lrmXu8Vg4q
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) January 23, 2020
The mist and fog are expected to clear slowly this morning, giving way to a mostly dry but cloudy day with patchy rain or drizzle and maximum temperatures of between 7 to 10 Celsius.
Foggy conditions will return tonight, with more dense fog expected in Cork with temperatures of between 2 to 6 Celsius. Friday will be dry and cloudy before an unsettled weekend.
According to forecasters, it will turn much colder in the early days of next week, “with a risk of wintry showers and a risk of frost at night”.