Another Low Temperature/Ice Warning Issued For Ireland

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A STATUS Yellow Low Temperature/Ice warning for Ireland has once again been issued by Met Éireann.

It follows similar warnings for the country last night and this morning.  It will be cold again tonight with minimum temperatures of zero to minus 4 degrees. Ice forming on untreated surfaces. The warning is valid from 5pm on Thursday until 11am on Friday morning.

Looking locally, it doesn’t appear that temperatures will go below 0°c tonight in the Tralee area, but it might go below that on Friday morning as the sun rises.

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Friday will be a bright, sunny day but temperatures will not go above 3° throughout the day. At the moment, Met Éireann is predicting the early hours of Saturday morning could see temperatures as low as -5° in the Tralee area.

Meanwhile, Gardaí reported black ice on many roads in north Kerry this morning and advised caution to all road users.

The Ardfert to Ballyheigue road was closed following an accident earlier this morning but has later reopened while a truck also got into difficulty on the Lyreacrompane-Castleisland road.

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