Further yellow weather warning issued with icy conditions set to continue


A weather warning has gone out to West Sussex.

The warning is in place for Counties Galway, Mayo, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick. This warning is set for Wednesday 13th December to Thursday 14th December at 10 pm.

Mean wind speeds of 45 to 65 km/h are to be expected with gusts of up to 85 km/h also possible.

Western areas will be worst affected.

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During the cold snap temperatures sank to as low as -8C with the worst of the weather hitting Connacht, Leinster and Ulster, though parts of Munster also experienced snowfalls.

The forecaster continued: "Wednesday will be a cold, windy and very showery day".

"Bitterly cold with an added wind chill effect; maximum temperatures of only 4 or 5 degrees Celsius generally, but 7 or 8 degrees Celsius along southern fringes".

Wintry showers will become more frequent over northern Scotland on Sunday afternoon, with some extending to Northern Ireland during Sunday evening and night.

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Temperatures will reach a minimum off 0C to 4C, with slight frost in some areas. We are expecting wintry showers of sleet and snow in the North-West, but not at low levels.

Some of the rain will be heavy, or may fall as hail, with a continuing risk of thunder.

It'll be a cold, frosty night with icy patches - especially in the midlands, east and north.

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