Met Éireann Confirms Further Snow For St Patrick’s Day

Further snow showers in part have been confirmed by Met Éireann for St Patrick’s Day with this weekend being predicted as “very cold”.

Rest assured, weather conditions will be nowhere near as severe as Storm Emma.

The forecast reads:

“Saturday, St. Patrick’s Day will be dry in many areas, with bright spells, but scattered snow showers will occur, mainly in eastern coastal counties and along the south coast.”

Highest temperatures will range from 1 or 2 degrees in the north and east and 5 or 6 degrees along the west and south coast.

It is predicted to be very cold and frosty on Saturday night, with scattered snow showers mainly in the eastern half of the country.

Sunday will continue to be cold with scattered snow showers, most of them in Leinster and the eastern half of Munster.

Sunday night is expected to be very cold and frosty.

TV3’s Deric Ó hArtagáin said in a Tweet Monday night:

“#BeastFromTheEast is definitely building again & gearing up for a return.

“Not a severe as last time & no Storm Emma to deal with; but we could we looking at a triple grand slam weekend. Ill keep you posted! #irishrugby #snow #StPatricksDay”

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