Weather Advisory For Ireland As Cold Spell Begins

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MET Éireann has issued a Weather Advisory for Ireland as a spell of cold weather arrives from tonight.

We are told a mix of rain, sleet and snow will clear south over the country this evening and early Monday night, with a cold airmass following from the north.

Ice is expected to form in some areas which may lead to treacherous travelling conditions overnight and into Tuesday morning. The advisory is valid from 8pm on Monday to 9am on Tuesday.

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However, while temperatures will fall tonight in Kerry, the Tralee area should escape any ice or snow according to the Met Éireann website.

Lows of around 3°c will be experienced overnight, while tomorrow will be a cold day followed by a even colder Tuesday night/Wednesday morning with a low of 0°c.

However, some inland parts of the county may see some falls of sleet or snow tonight, especially on higher ground.

The good news is Tuesday and Wednesday will both be dry days to get out and about, with showers and sunshine forecast for  Thursday.

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