Met Éireann has indicated that temperatures are due to fall below freezing again this week.
While this Monday night will be cold across the midlands, south and east with perhaps a touch of frost under any longer clearer breaks, it isn't until Tuesday night that temperatures will first hit freezing.
The national forecaster has said that Tuesday night will be cold with lowest temperatures of 0C to 4C.
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Temperatures will fall below freezing on Wednesday night, with a Met Éireann spokesperson predicting "some frost and ice is likely later under clearing skies. Lowest temperatures of -2C to +2C, in moderating westerly breezes."
Thursday will bring further cold weather, with a cold and frosty or icy start, however there will be good sunshine.
Lowest temperatures will, once again, clock in between 0C to 4C, in moderate southwest winds.
Temperatures will pick up again on Friday, while so far, the outlook is that next weekend will be frost free.
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