Friday's weather: Frost and fog at first, sunny spells later

Showers will affect the south and east, spreading as the day goes on

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Today will start with frost in many parts with some fog as well. The frost and fog will gradually clear and a few sunny spells will develop.

However, showers will affect the south and east coast from early on and they will become more widespread as the day goes on.

Cold again with highest temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees generally, though it will be a bit less cold in the south.

Southeast winds will be light to moderate.


Tonight showers will continue for a while in the east and north, but it will become mainly dry elsewhere.

Lowest temperatures 1 to 4 degrees with a touch of frost in the south.

Light to moderate southeast winds will freshen along east and north coasts.

This information with thanks to Met Éireann