Fog warning remains in place until 10am this morning

Met Éireann fog warning

Met Éireann fog warning

Another weather warning for fog has been issued by the Met Office today who say visibility is expected to fall below 100 metres in some places.

Visibility could drop to 100 metres in some places bringing unsafe driving conditions and hindering flight take offs, he added.

The forecaster warns of travel disruption, power cuts and icy paths and roads in the area from Monday at 6pm until Tuesday at 11.55pm.

They added: "Fog patches are likely to form during the early part of Wednesday evening, becoming more widespread overnight with the visibility falling below 100m in places".

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It stated today: "Fog with very poor visibilities will linger in many inland areas this afternoon and will become more extensive and dense this evening and for a time tonight". Some bright or sunny spells are expected where fog has cleared and especially in coastal counties.

Friday is forecast to be rather windy, with strong and gusty southeasterly winds.

In the afternoon, a spell of heavy rain will move in from the Atlantic, affecting much of Munster and Connacht by nightfall. Top temperatures 7 to 10 C. The rain will peter out after dark and it will become misty.

Britain is wrapping up for another chilly night with temperatures expected to drop to freezing widely with lows of -2C (28.4F) or -3C (26.6F) in rural regions.

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