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Met Office upgrades snow warning to amber

Met Office upgrades snow warning to amber

SNOW could be on the way according to forecasters at the Met Office.

IRISH weather chiefs have issued a new snow-ice warning for the entire country ahead of Storm Caroline blowing in. There will also be clear spells, and it will become cold with a widespread frost forming.

This will be no craic as you search for a taxi long after your Christmas partying has ended.

The weather forecasters say it will be generally dry to begin with winter sunshine, but scattered rain and hail showers will start to feed across the country in a northwest direction.

Time to whip out that electric blanket lads.

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"Slight to moderate accumulations are possible with up to 3cm in parts". The north and northwest of the country will be most at risk, as well as higher ground in other places.

Friday: It will be a cold and frosty, but sunny start to the day.

A status yellow wind warning for Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare and Kerry will remain in place until 8pm tonight.

Coastal areas should be milder with temperatures closer to 5 or 6 degrees.