Met Iran has issued a weather warning this evening as “dense fog” is expected to cross 23 countries.
Much of Ireland, which has affected Munster, Leinster and Conach, is expected to be covered in fog.
Donegal, Cavan, Monaghan and the counties of Northern Ireland will not be affected.
Status Yellow Weather The warning will be issued at 3pm on Sunday and will be valid until 6am on Monday: “It’s snowing tonight, and it’s snowing tonight and tonight.”
There is also a small craft warning issued at 1pm on Sunday, which reads: “Westerly winds will be six or more tonight on the Irish coast from Slinehead to Rosen Point to Fairhead.”
National forecast for tonight Met Ireland First it says “clear weather and mostly dry”.
It adds: “Light rain and drizzle will move south-east across Ulster at night and will lie in the northern part of the country in the morning. The wind. “
Tomorrow’s forecast, Monday, says: “Tomorrow’s showers and thundershowers will continue in the northwest.
Going forward, clouds and rain can be expected with cooler temperatures as we enter December: “The beginning of the week will be mostly rainy or drizzle, with temperatures averaging throughout the year.