It’s definitely feeling Christmassy.
And if you enjoy a chill in the air as you get all your Christmas bits done, Met Éireann has some good news on that front.
If you’re heading out this morning, Saturday, you’ll have some frost and ice to contend with, but it will be mostly dry through the day, with isolated showers, possibly of sleet.
A Status Yellow – Low Temperature/Ice warning has been issued for Ireland, as forecasters warn of “very cold day and night time temperatures with frost and ice persisting in many areas.”
Possible impacts include slippery conditions underfoot, hazardous travelling conditions and animal welfare issues
The alert is valid from now until Sunday at noon.
⚠️Weather Advisory for Ireland 🌫️❄️🥶
Valid: 13:15 Friday 01/12/2023 to 23:30 Tuesday 05/12/2023
Further updates to warnings are expected in the coming days.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) December 1, 2023
Lowest temperatures will range from -3 to +2 degrees after dark.
“Sunday will likely be a mostly dry day with showers lingering near coasts, along with low cloud or mist struggling to clear through the day.” said a forecaster.
“Highest temperatures of 1 to 5 degrees, with light northeasterly breezes.”
Enjoy the dry weather while we have it; current indications suggest that wet and windy weather will spread over the south and east of the country early on Monday, with the possibility of scattered falls of sleet.