If your winter woolies are still hidden away in the back of a drawer, it’s time to take them out as Ireland is expected to be covered with a dusting of snow by the end of the week.
Following some mild weather at the beginning of the week, temperatures are set to plummet to -3C from Thursday onwards.
According to Met Eireann, “Fresh to strong and gusty northwesterly winds will draw scattered showers in over parts of Ulster, Connacht and west Munster by the afternoon, and some of these showers will be heavy with hail, with an increasing risk of sleet and snow showers towards evening.”
They’ve also warned of “frost and icy patches” on Friday morning.
The cold weather is set to continue right through until Sunday, so make sure you arrange your weekend plans accordingly!