How cold will it be in Dublin tonight? Capital braced for arctic conditions
We're into mid November and winter is certainly starting to feel like it has arrived with freezing conditions.
And Sunday night is expected to be the coldest night of the season so far.
People best wrap up and turn the heating on as temperatures are expected to plummet extremely low tonight across the capital.Video Loading Click to play Tap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now
Here's everything you need to know.
How cold will it be tonight?
There will be few clouds in the sky which will naturally lead to very cold conditions.
Met Eireann are predicting that temperatures will drop as low as -2C at times on a very wintry night.
A forecaster said: "Cold and dry tonight with long clear spells.
"Winds will become light variable and temperatures will dip between +1 and -2 Celsius with ground frost and a risk of icy patches on untreated surfaces."
What about the rest of the country?
Dublin is faring no worse, or nor better, than the rest of the country with all parts of the country expected to see no lower than -2C.
The national forecast says: "Very cold and dry overnight, with clear spells and light winds. Lowest temperatures minus 2 to plus 2 C., with a widespread ground frost and icy patches."
Will it continue into tomorrow?
The morning will start very cool but temperatures will pick up slightly during the day but are not expected to hit double figures.
The forecaster said: "Dry, bright and frosty at first on Monday with sunny spells.
"Cloud will increase from the northwest bringing patchy outbreaks of rain and dri zzle during the afternoon. Afternoon highs of 7 or 8 Celsius but becoming milder after dark."
Are there more cold nights predicted?
Tonight is expected to be the coldest night for quite some time with no predictions of below zero temperatures for the week ahead.