Throw on an extra blanket on the bed tonight as temperatures are set to plunge to -4C with ice and frost also forecast.
Many of us woke up to wet and wintry conditions this morning and Met Eireann has advised that there is a risk of spot flooding.
The national forecaster says that wintery conditions will return overnight as the mercury drops once more.
The website: “Locally heavy and persistent rain across the east at first today with spot flooding. Drier and brighter elsewhere with just well-scattered showers – mainly across the northwest.
“Good sunshine will gradually extend to most parts from the west – though possibly staying dull along the very east of Leinster.
“A blustery day, in fresh to strong and gusty northerly winds.
“Very cold tonight with calm and clear conditions. Frosty with the risk of ice patches.”
It added that we can expect the mercury to reach up to 9C today but tonight it will drop as low as -4C.Tags: