Snow Set To Hit Many Areas This Weekend

Snow Set To Hit Many Areas This Weekend

Snow Set To Hit Many Areas This Weekend

Met Eireann has issued a Status Yellow snow-ice warning for the full country.

Another powerful storm will roll into the Midwest Monday night into Tuesday, bringing a prolonged chance for precipitation.

CityNews meteorologist Adam Stiles says from 11 p.m. Saturday night until 5 a.m. Sunday morning, we will see a mixed mess of precipitation across the GTA.

The temperature on Saturday afternoon hit the mid-40s, around the normal high of 47 for this time of year, according to weather service climate data from Lehigh Valley International Airport.

Blustery or windy early this morning in Leinster with heavy showers, some wintry in north Leinster.

On Tuesday winds are forecast in Northern Ireland but the warning for Wednesday also covers most of England with possible transport disruption from just after midnight until 3pm.

"Later tonight, a separate band of rain, sleet and snow will come in and snow will accumulate in Ulster, Connacht and parts of Leinster by the morning". Lowest temperatures of 0 to 3 degrees with moderate to fresh westerly winds.

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The Met Office predicts that: "The highest gusts are expected in coastal areas of southwest England where gusts are likely to peak at 55 to 65 miles per hour".

However, the unsettled weather is set to continue next week with showers or showery rain. "Damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes appear to be the main concern at this time in addition to a quick 1-2" of rain. Winds will gradually ease during the afternoon.

SUNDAY: Partly to mostly sunny and still a bit breezy.

"Top temperatures will reach 7 to 10 degrees in a freshening southerly breeze".

Friday will be dry and cloudy with quiet weather and temperatures higher in the mid-30s. Southwest wind 5 to 10 miles per hour.

Kildare Fire Service has warned people to be ready for bad weather conditions this weekend. Expect slippery travel conditions.

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