Another ice warning for Cornwall

Another ice warning for Cornwall

A status yellow warning, issued by Met Éireann, says strong winds with gusts up to 110 kph are possible from 3pm this Saturday.

A wind warning is in place for Leinster, Munster and Co Galway until 8pm on Saturday.

The Met Office has issued its latest warning for snow and ice across Co Tyrone.

Sunday will be very cold with more wintry showers on the way particularly in parts of Connacht.

Temperatures are likely to drop to around zero overnight.

Tomorrow will be a colder and brighter day for many with spells of sunshine. "Snow will settle on higher ground".

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More showers this afternoon will give a total 24 hour rainfall accumulation for today of between 25 and 35 mm.

Monday will be slightly warmer with daytime temperatures between 4-7 degrees. Temperatures in the north will be 8C at their highest, with the south-west enjoying slightly higher temperatures of 12C.

"Around midnight, rain will develop in the west and will spread eastwards to all areas overnight along with fresh, gusty southerly winds bringing a rise in temperatures and clearing any frost".

Showers and blustery weather is forecast for the north-west, where the highest temperatures us expected to be around 5C, with the south-west's at about 7C.

Public Health England forecasters have extended a cold weather health alert until Tuesday and today swathes of the country were hit by wind and even some snow.

Met Éireann are forecasting a snowy start to Saturday night, as wintry showers move in from the west. Sharp or severe frost and icy patches will develop at night.

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