Met Eireann have forecast weather conditions to get a lot colder from Wednesday next week.
However, night time temperatures will drop to freezing from tomorrow with frost predicted for some areas. Today will be cloudy with a "few sudden breaks" and light showers.
It is also predicted temperatures will drop on Wednesday due to a northerly airflow. Weather expert Alan O'Reilly said "cold is coming" but added that snow is still "very uncertain".
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He wrote on his Carlow Weather twitter page: "Lots of people asking about snow, the current models show none up to Mondays for Ireland. Beyond that is very uncertain and snow depth charts like these are generally very poor even in short term. So if you see any bear that in mind.
"Cold is coming, snow? Wait and see." Mr O'Reilly previously blasted reports of a "beast from the east" hitting Ireland.
Met Eireann's forecast reads:
Today will be mainly dry in Dublin. It will be mostly cloudy with perhaps a few sunny breaks. A few light showers are possible. Highest temperatures of 9 to 10 degrees with light east to southeast breezes.
Tonight will be largely dry with a fair amount of cloud and some clear spells Lowest temperatures of 3 to 5 degrees.
Saturday morning will be mainly dry with some bright spells. The afternoon and evening will be mostly cloudy with some drizzle or light showers possible. Quite chilly with highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees and light easterly breezes.
On Saturday night, lingering rain or drizzle in the west will clear westwards with clear spells developing and some showers in the east. Patches of frost may form with lowest temperatures of 0 to 4 degrees.
Sunday will be a cold, breezy day with sunny spells and scattered showers spreading westwards. They will be most frequent over the eastern half of the country. Highest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees with moderate east to northeast breezes. Showers will continue overnight, with the longest clear spells in the west. A cold night with a touch of frost in lows of 0 to 4 degrees.
Monday will be mostly cloudy with further showers and possibly longer spells of rain in the east and south. The best of any bright or sunny spells will be in the west. A chilly day with highs of 5 to 8 degrees with light to moderate east or northeast winds.
Tuesday will continue cold with sunny spells and scattered showers. Highest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees with light to moderate northerly winds. Frost will develop on Tuesday night.
Current indications suggest that it will become colder from Wednesday onwards with a northerly airflow and with showers possibly turning more wintry at times.
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