DONEGAL’S week of wacky wintry weather is set for another twist – SNOW!
Met Eireann says snow is certain to hit the county overnight on Thursday and into Friday at levels above 200ft.
But they also warn it could also fall at lower levels…and there might be quite a bit of it.
The prediction is because of a cold blast of low pressure set to cross Ireland on Thursday evening.
At this stage the west and south west of the county is most likely to get most of any snowfall.
Freezing temperatures of -3C are also predicted overnight into Friday, making many roads hazardous.
The Orange Status storm alert currently in place runs out at 10am today.