Dublin weather: Met Eireann predict frosty week as temperatures plunge below freezing before welcome change

Published date06 February 2023
The forecaster is expecting temperatures to plunge below zero for most mornings during the week with frost in places. However things are looking up for the weekend with a big jump in temperatures on Friday

Today will be a dry day with a mix of cloud and sunny spells with highs of up to 11C. But it will be cold tonight with a touch of frost as the mercury drops to between 1 and 4C.

Tomorrow is looking much the same for Dublin although there will also be some patchy drizzle and mist during the day. The forecaster has advised it will then become cold with frosty nights and early mornings expected for the rest of the week although temperatures will pick up by the weekend, which will be mostly frost free.

Here's the national outlook for the week ahead according to Met Eireann:


"Largely dry for daylight hours, apart from patchy drizzle across the west and northwest. The best of any sunny spells will occur towards the south and east. Highest temperatures of 8 to 10 degrees. South to southwest winds will gradually freshen, as a band of rain moves down from...

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