Snow warning for Donegal comes into force later

Snow warning for Donegal comes into force later

The Met Eireann website says that those wintry showers will be widespread and frequent in the north of the country with "accumulations of snow over lower ground".

The wet weather today (Thursday) has been accompanied by temperatures reaching 12°C, but from tomorrow (Friday, December 8) it will feel much sharper with a maximum temperature of 3°C.

"The showers will turn increasingly wintry with falls of hail and snow - especially in the north, and a few will push further south this evening".

Winds will remain strong and there will be a minimum temperature of around -2 °C. High-sided vehicles and motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to strong winds. There will also be clear spells, and it will become cold with a widespread frost forming.

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The Met Office has issued an amber "be prepared" weather warning for northern Scotland on Thursday.

The Met Office is also warning people that temperatures are likely to drop below freezing overnight causing hazardous icy services.

"Slight to moderate accumulations are possible with up to 3cm in parts. Icy stretches too. North and North West counties will be most at risk, as well as higher ground elsewhere".

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