As the last of the snow has finally thawed and farms begin to get back to normal, Ireland is set to have more low temperatures tonight, with Met Éireann putting a status yellow low-temperature warning in place.
Met Éireann have warned that although tonight will be dry, with clear spells, that we should expect a cold night ahead. It will be foggy, with patches of mist, with light winds. These fogs will become denser by morning time, with temperatures also set to plummet overnight. The warning has been put in place from 11 am this morning and will remain in effect until 8am tomorrow.
Temperatures are expected to range from as low as zero to minus four degrees overnight, with “widespread sharp to severe frost”, Met Éireann have also warned of “icy patches”.
Any remaining frost and ice patches will clear in the morning, though mist and fog may take a while to lift in the Midlands.
Tomorrow morning frost and ice will soon clear, but mist and fog may linger in the Midlands.