Snow and ice warning for Donegal today


Met Eireann has issued a Snow-Ice Warning for Ireland.

Most of the wintry showers will fall at night and snow is expected to gather on higher ground. It will remain cold with strong winds and occasional snow showers, especially in the west. High-sided vehicles and motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to strong winds.

Accumulations of up to three centimetres are possible in parts while icy conditions are likely on the roads.

The wind is expected to ease during the course of the day. "Lowest temperatures -2 to +3 degrees, coldest inland in the north". There will also be clear spells, and it will become cold with a widespread frost forming.

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There will also be icy stretches with north and northwest counties most at risk.

The Met Office said today (Tuesday) would be cloudy with temperatures of up to 8°C and tomorrow will be mild with light rain.

And as Storm Caroline looks set to blow in, gusts of up to 110kph are forecast for Donegal, Galway, Mayo and Kerry today as weather chiefs issued a Status Yellow warning until 11pm tonight.