Orange Weather Warning Issued For Dublin As Temperatures Set To Plummet Overnight

Orange Weather Warning Issued For Dublin As Temperatures Set To Plummet Overnight

Orange Weather Warning Issued For Dublin As Temperatures Set To Plummet Overnight

Temperatures in Kildare are set to plummet tonight after Met Eireann issued a Status Orange weather warning earlier today.

The weather warning was issued at 1pm on Sunday and is valid from 9pm on Sunday night through to 10am on Monday morning.

WIDESPREAD frost is expected across much of the country on Saturday and Sunday night, with temperatures predicated to fall as low as five below freezing.

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The east and south coasts are likely to experience lower temperatures of -1 degrees, and winds will be mostly light east to southeast in direction.

Tomorrow will be dry in most places.

A spokesperson for the forecaster said: "Turning very cold tonight with lowest temperatures falling between -4 and -6 degrees away from southern and eastern coasts". It will be cold with an added wind chill from a brisk easterly wind with a maximum temperature of 7 °C. Frost will clear, with a bright start and sunshine.

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