Met Éireann's weather forecast for the coming week is for more unsettled weather with colder weather and sleet and snow in places early in the week.
The weather forecast for Monday morning says that it will be frosty in many places. After the cold start, the day will be bright with good spells of sunshine but also with scattered showers, mainly across Ulster and Connacht. A cold day with highs of 4 to 8 degrees in fresh westerly winds.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann for Monday night says that scattered showers will become confined to Atlantic coastal counties. However, a spell of rain will affect the west and southwest later and become widespread by morning, turning wintry with the risk of some accumulations on higher ground. Lowest temperatures will be around -1 to +2 degrees with widespread frost. Southwesterly winds will be mostly light to moderate.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann says that Tuesday will be very cold with outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow which will later clear to scattered wintry showers and some sunny spells. Top temperatures will reach just 2 to 6 degrees. Southwesterly winds will veer northwest and freshen. Tuesday night will be very cold with scattered wintry showers and clear spells. Lowest temperatures will fall to between zero and -3 degrees with a widespread hard frost.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann for Wednesday says that it will continue cold with scattered wintry showers becoming isolated and mostly dry later with good sunny spells. Top temperatures will be around 3 to 7 degrees and fresh west to northwest winds will ease.
Wednesday night will be dry with good clear spells at first and it will turn very cold with lowest temperatures falling to -1 to -5 degrees with a severe frost. However, cloud will increase from the southwest with a spell of persistent rain affecting the west and southwest by dawn.
The weather forecast from Met Eireann for Thursday says that a spell of rain, sleet and snow will gradually clear northward to scattered wintry showers. Staying rather cold with afternoon temperatures of just 1 to 7 degrees in freshening easterly winds.
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