And today will be mostly dry with varying degrees of cloud, reaching 6 to 8 degrees with moderate east to southeast winds.
Tonight will also be chilly, with partly cloudy skies and light winds in the easterly direction. Temperatures are expected to reach between 0 to +3 degrees with the possibility of frost formation.
Amidst the forecast for colder conditions, experts are debating the potential return of the “Beast from the East,” which caused chaos across Ireland in 2018.
Although Alan O’Reilly from Carlow Weather anticipates a colder March, he has ruled out a repeat of the “Beast from the East.”
Wind-chill, the cooling effect of wind on the body, is also expected to impact much of the country, according to the weather expert. He advised people to wrap up warm and enjoy the fine weather as high pressure dominates.
Met Eireann has predicted mostly dry weather, with high pressure situated close to Ireland, resulting in the chance of some frosty nights. The country will experience variable cloud cover tomorrow, and the temperatures will range from 6 to 8 degrees, followed by a chilly night with the possibility of light rain or drizzle in some parts of the country.
On Tuesday, the best sunny spells will occur in the morning, with limited bright spells in the afternoon, while Wednesday will have the same sunny spells as Tuesday, and temperatures are predicted to range from 6 to 9 degrees.
In conclusion, while the return of subzero temperatures and wind-chill may impact Dublin’s daily life, weather experts predict a relatively dry week with chances of frosty nights.