Hey; at least it’s not another storm.
Monday morning has been relatively dry and mild so far but Met Éireann is predicting a chilly week ahead with hail, sleet and snow showers in parts of Cork.
“Tonight will be very cold, with clear spells and scattered showers.” reports the forecaster.
“Some of the showers will fall as hail and sleet, with a risk of some snow showers, mainly over high ground. Minimum temperatures 1 or 2 Celsius, in moderate to fresh westerly winds.”
Tomorrow, Tuesday will be very cold and windy, with sunny spells and scattered hail and sleet showers expected, along with the odd rumble of thunder.
Forecasters say it will remain very cold and unsettled for the rest of the week with a sharp or severe frost expected on Wednesday when temperatures are expected to plummet as low as -4C.
According to the latest Met Éireann data, Ireland has experienced more than double the normal amount of rainfall per day during the first half of February.