Temperatures set to drop as yellow ice warning issued – The Irish Times

Met Éireann has issued a yellow ice cream status warning for the whole country.

The warning comes into effect on Monday from 6 p.m. and will remain in place until Tuesday 10 a.m.

The prognosticator warns of dangerous road and footpath conditions, including icy sections.

In the night to Sunday there are isolated showers, fog in places with temperatures between minus 1 and 3 degrees. If the sky is clear, frost may develop.

Monday appears to bring mixed conditions with hazy sunny spells and scattered showers before turning very cold with freezing intervals in the evening. Temperatures will drop to 0 to minus 4 degrees on Monday evening.

Earlier this week, Met Éireann was monitoring a meteorological phenomenon known as the stratospheric sudden warming event. These events can bring cold and dry conditions, and a similar phenomenon was partly in response to conditions brought by Beast 2018 from the east, which blanketed Ireland and the UK with extreme snowfall and frigid temperatures.

https://www.irishtimes.com/ireland/2023/03/05/temperatures-set-to-plummet-as-yellow-ice-warning-issued/ Temperatures set to drop as yellow ice warning issued – The Irish Times

Dais Johnston

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