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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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# Cold Snap
Snow falls in parts of country as Status Yellow warnings take effect
Met Éireann has forecast severe frost and temperatures falling to -4 degrees Celsius.
# Weather
It's going to be a wet and windy day ahead with weather warnings to kick in later
A Status Yellow wind warning will be in place for Clare, Cork, Kerry and Galway this afternoon.
# forecast
Status Yellow rain warning remains in effect nationwide as Met Éireann warns of flooding
A yellow wind warning will be in place for Cork and Kerry from 8pm this
# bring a brolly
Mild conditions to continue, but there's plenty of cloud and rain in store this weekend
Highest temperatures will range from between 13 and 15 degrees tomorrow.
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Wet Bank Holiday weekend with chance of thunderstorms ahead of Halloween
Rain on Halloween should clear the east coast in the early evening.
# forecast
Wet and windy weekend ahead as Status Yellow rain warning issued for Saturday night
Electric Picnic attendees may be in for a couple of blustery days.
# Met Éireann
Sunny weather set to return next week with mid-20s temperatures forecast
High pressure is set to linger over Ireland bringing mostly dry and settled conditions.
# forecast
'Mixed' forecast for Bank Holiday weekend as warm temperatures darkened by clouds
Met Éireann expects temperatures over the weekend to reach the high tens and low 20s.
# mild and humid
Cloudy with a chance of showers forecast over the next few days
Temperatures will generally stay above 15 degrees in the days ahead.
# forecast
Temperatures to reach up to 29 degrees as Status Yellow warning takes effect nationwide
The public are being urged to take precautions to keep themselves safe and protect vulnerable people and pets.
# forecast
Temperatures to hit 26 degrees with plans in place to protect homeless people from extreme heat
Dublin Fire Brigade have reminded the public that a Condition Orange fire risk is in place, as firefighters deal with Tolka Valley Park fire.
# hot hot hot
Intense heat incoming as Met Éireann warns climate change raises chance of record-breaking temps
Temperatures could reach over 30 in some areas and may bring a ‘tropical night’.
# forecast
'Unseasonably' windy afternoon ahead as Met Éireann predicts wet weekend
Temperatures are expected to be “mild and humid” with highs of 15 to 19 degrees Celsius.
# Met Éireann
Sunny weather forecast for the weekend ahead, with highs of 20 degrees
Met Éireann is forecasting bright, clear days over the weekend.
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A mix of showers and sun forecast for the Easter weekend
Temperatures are to peak at 17 degrees according to Met Éireann, though rain is expected for most of the weekend.
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Rain showers to clear up in time for mostly-sunny Easter weekend
Highest temperatures on Friday are expected to reach 14 to 18 degrees Celsius.
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Temperatures to drop this week as rain clouds roll in around country
The spell of hot weather will subside over the next few days
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Bob Olinger a great bet - 3 tips for Day Three of the Cheltenham Festival
Johnny Ward shares his picks this St Patrick’s Day.
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3 tips to get you up and running on Day 1 of the Cheltenham Festival
Johnny Ward brings you his tips for Tuesday, including a shot in the Champion Hurdle.
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National snow-ice warning issued with more unsettled weather on the way
Snow and ice on untreated surfaces will lead to hazardous driving conditions in some areas.
# Flooding
Met Éireann issues advisory for potentially 'multi-hazard and disruptive event' from Thursday night
Met Éireann is warning of strong winds and coastal flooding later this week.
# forecast
Frosty weather tonight and tomorrow ahead of warmer (but rainy) weekend
Met Éireann forecasts cold but mostly clear weather tonight followed by a “very cold” morning tomorrow.
# Status Yellow
Met Éireann issues snow and ice warning for three north-west counties tomorrow
Lowest temperatures around the country tonight are expected to reach minus one degrees Celsius.
# forecast
Rob Kearney: 'I'd expect a relatively comfortable win for Ireland in that first game'
Kearney has been impressed with Hugo Keenan’s rise at fullback.
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# Met Éireann
Christmas Day snow unlikely with forecast up in the air over ‘battle’ of cold and mild weather
The current forecast suggests that highest temperatures on Christmas Day will range from 7 to 10 degrees Celsius.
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England's RFU facing £120 million drop in revenue due to pandemic
The union said financial stability had been achieved through 119 redundancies, a debenture donation and emergency backing from the British government.
# forecast
Cold but sunny week ahead as fog warning issued for all of Munster
Highest temperatures today will reach around six to nine degrees Celsius before frost develops tonight.
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The weather won't be spooktacular this Halloween but it's not terrifying either
Sunday will see some heavy showers but there will be sunny spells too.
# bring a brolly
Status Yellow rain warning issued for 10 counties for 24 hours
Highest temperatures today will range between 14 and 17 degrees.
# forecast
Bright days and sunny spells ahead before an unsettled weekend
Tomorrow will see a good deal of dry and bright weather with sunny spells.
# Weather
Cloudy conditions to give way to sunny spells this weekend
But it will remain drizzly in eastern counties until this evening.
# forecast
Heavy and persistent rain on the way as weather advisory in place for 10 counties
Tomorrow will be cloudy and overcast with persistent rain and drizzle across the west and northwest.
# Wrap Up
Sunny spells and showers this weekend with temperatures set to dip
Tomorrow will be a blustery day with a mix of sunny spells and frequent showers.
# feeling hot
Weather set to improve next week, with highs of 25 degrees
This weekend was a washout in many places, with flooding in South Dublin.
# Storms
Heavy flooding in South Dublin as thunderstorm warning in effect for much of the country
Weather conditions over the weekend are conducive to the spread of potato blight, Met Éireann said.
# Status Yellow
Rainy evening ahead as thunderstorm warnings in place for 16 counties
Tomorrow is forecast to be a largely dry day, however.
# forecast
Showery spells expected during unsettled week to come
Temperatures could reach a high of 20 degrees tomorrow, so at least there’s that.
# scattered showers
Showery start to the week before weather picks back up on Friday
Today will be cloudy in the north but bright and sunny elsewhere.
# Met Éireann
Good sunshine and high temperatures forecast for week ahead
Get the sunscreen out.
# Mixed Bag
Sunshine and scattered showers this weekend ... temperatures to hit up to 21 degrees
Met Éireann says today will be cool and fresh, with just a few sunny intervals.