Met Éireann forecasts temperatures to drop as low as -3 this week
No word of snow this week. Yet.
Following on from a weekend of heavy rain, as well as a weather advisory that parts of the country could be facing some flooding from the coast, the coming few days will see the rain ease off, only to be replaced by really low temperatures.
Things won't be too bad tonight (Tuesday 26 November), as it won't get much lower than 4 to 8 degrees, which will maintain that "This isn't completely unbearable" temperatures right through Wednesday day and night, and even Thursday day.
It isn't until Thursday night, according to Met Éireann, when the clear skies will lead to frosty conditions and temperatures set to drop to as low as -3.
That is also expected to be the case on Friday night, as well as the nights over the weekend, which we're told will be "cold and frosty nights with temperatures near or below zero countrywide."
Once again, it is time to pack away the umbrellas and rain coats, and unpack the biggest, warmest jumpers and scarves you can get your gloved hands on!