Met Éireann have today (January 21st) issued a Status Yellow Snow and Ice warning for the whole of Ireland.
They warn that conditions will be icy and slippery, while they also warn of the accumulations of ice and snow on untreated surfaces.
The worst affected areas will be Ulster and Connacht, where scattered outbreaks of sleet and snow will be most prevalent. Met Éireann say some of these wintry showers will then move into parts of the Midlands and East, with the “odd flurry” further south.
Accumulations of snow/sleet are expected to range from 1-2cms in total, with wintry showers becoming confined to northern areas by late evening. The warning comes into effect from 9pm tonight, Monday 21st January, remaining in place until 11am on Tuesday, January 22nd.
Overnight temperatures on Monday, Met Éireann warn, will vary from -2 to + 2 degrees.
Don’t forget to read the weekly forecast here.