You’ll be needing the de-icer.
Cork is covered in a blanket of white frost this morning, with Met Éireann forecasting another freezing night before it warms up again later in the week.
Road users have been warned that the frost could cause hazardous driving conditions in places first thing, while overall the rest of the day will be dry with a mixture of cloud and sunny spells and highest afternoon temperatures of between five and eight degrees.
Frost and fog with some freezing fog patches will lead to hazardous driving conditions in parts of the country this morning. The frost and fog will gradually clear during the day to leave it dry with a mix of cloud & sunny spells. Highest afternoon temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees. pic.twitter.com/LSWCrr0Dva
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) December 2, 2019
Monday night will be cold with frost forming in sheltered areas and “a few pockets of fog” forecast as temperatures drop to between -2 and +4 degrees.
“On Tuesday there will be some sunny spells but cloud is going to thicken during the day and the odd light shower is possible later.” reports Met Éireann.
“Highest temperatures will range from 6 to 9 or 10 degrees in freshening southerly winds.”