Weather forecast

Monday night should be mostly dry with some isolated patches of drizzle across the western half of the country and west Munster, according to Met Éireann.

Temperatures could drop to as low as -3°C in some parts of the country.

Tuesday will be start out dry in the east with some patchy showers in the west. Showers will spread eastwards as the day continues.

High temperautures of up to 10°C in some parts of the country.

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