DRAMATIC change in the weather on the way as Met Eireann issues ANOTHER warning20th Feb 18 | News
You might have been enjoying the mild weather the past few days but don’t get used to it.
Met Éireann have just issued another national status yellow weather warning for low temperatures.
The national forecaster is warning of lows of -3C in places overnight.
The warning comes into effect tonight at 2am and will remain in place until Wednesday morning at 10am.
The cold weather will mean frost, mist and fog will be widespread in the morning but will clear.
You can expect some isolated showers tomorrow too although the day will be largely dry with sunny spells.
Wednesday night is forecast to be mainly dry with some patchy rain and drizzle along the coasts.
And Met Eireann have warned that a "cold regime" is set to hit Ireland early next week with a high likelihood of more snow.
A Met Eireann forecaster told the Irish Sun: “The details of further outlook remain uncertain and will be monitored for detail.
“At the moment it looks like it will be a cold regime for early days of next week with easterly winds, and frosty nights with sub zero temperatures.
“There is a risk of some wintry showers in some eastern and southern coastal counties and some may be of snow, but mainly dry elsewhere.”