Monday 22 December 2014

Met Eireann warns of snow showers as temperatures set to plummet

Published 10/02/2014 | 22:27

27/03/13 Heavy snow in Lucan, Dublin this morning during the morning rush hour...Picture Colin Keegan, Collins, Dublin.
Heavy snow in Lucan, Dublin this morning during the morning rush hour last year
An icy image of the River Blackwater near Kanturk during the big freeze two years ago.

MET Eireann has warned that heavy downfalls of snow are expected in some areas as temperatures are set to tumble overnight.

The news comes as a further blow to home owners after a week of storms and widespread flooding battered the country.

Temperatures look set to dip below zero degrees in many parts of the country tonight and into tomorrow morning.

Areas of the west coast recovering from the worst of last week's storms could be hit again, as snow showers are expected across west Ulster as well as Connacht and west Munster.

The freezing conditions are expected to continue tomorrow, with 'moderate accumulations' of snow expected.

Met Eireann has also warned that isolated thunderstorms could strike parts of the country.

The cold conditions are expected to clear by Wednesday - only to be replaced by further strong winds and heavy rain.


Brian O'Reilly

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