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Temperatures to plummet, with snow and sleet forecast

07 December 2017

The warning has been issued as Storm Caroline makes its way toward Irish shores.

The first warning will be valid from now until 11pm tonight.

Donegal, Galway, Mayo and Kerry are included in both of the warnings, while Leitrim, Sligo and Clare are included in the second warning.

The status yellow warning is in effect from 4pm Thursday, and remains in place until the same time on Friday.

Temperatures are expected to drop from Thursday afternoon, with the cold spell persisting into the weekend, resulting in a risk of hail and snow particularly in western and northern areas.

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Tomorrow will be a bright day in Dublin with some scattered showers.

"Some of the showers will be heavy, with a risk of thunder". It will turn progressively colder as the day progresses, in a strong west to northwest wind and some of the showers will turn wintry later in the day.

"Take extra care around pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists".

Thursday night will see temperatures plummet to -2C.

Snow is forecast but it will not be as bad in coastal areas as it will be in inland areas. There will be frost and icy stretches also, with lows of minus 2 degrees.

Temperatures to plummet, with snow and sleet forecast